The Search for Environmental Carcinogens

In the search for carcinogens, competing interests can complicate and compromise the case.

BY LAURA BEIL
PUBLISHED: MARCH 14, 2012
Editor’s Note: This article is the second in a two-part series. In the previous issue, we discussed environmental causes of cancer—how they are identified and proven—and how study results are ultimately presented to the larger scientific community for scrutiny and to the public for consideration."Connecting the Dots" appeared in the Winter 2011 issue.

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