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Alternatively, the problem might be caused by compounds called heterocyclic amines, carcinogenic compounds created in the cooking process.
Many individual compounds are carcinogenic, including benzene, which is added to unleaded gasoline.
A cup of coffee contains natural carcinogens equal to at least a year's worth of carcinogenic synthetic residues in the diet.
Another 20,000 are being drip fed mutagenic and carcinogenic chemicals from their tube wells, whilst Dow refuses to clean up.
There are also carcinogenic concerns about statins which most diabetics - not kids or reproductive age - are put on.
The nitrogen can also transform into nitrites, which can combine with the proteins in food to form nitrosamines, which are carcinogenic.
antioxidant nutrients have various actions that can help prevent against free radical damage leading to carcinogenic growth.
Carcinogenesis: Animal data show that phenobarbital can be carcinogenic after lifetime administration.
The committee agreed to reconsider the topic of the relative carcinogenic potency of PAHs by the inhalation route of exposure at a future meeting.
sequestering agent which attracts heavy metals such as lead and mercury both of which have carcinogenic properties.
It is a sequestering agent which attracts heavy metals such as lead and mercury both of which have carcinogenic properties.
The message was clear change from the carcinogenic hexavalent form to less hazardous trivalent form where possible or face increasing restrictions and controls.