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It’s not all pretty in pink: To prevent breast cancer, let’s stop missing the forest for the trees

Despite improvements in survival rates, the incidence of breast cancer is continuing to rise, particularly among younger women. Research links environmental factors, including hazardous chemicals in the air and everyday products, to 70-90% of cases. Calls are growing for more investment in prevention, including addressing environmental risks, under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act. Without this, say advocates, preventable cases of the disease could become normalized.

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