More than 48,000 women who live in some rural parts of England may have an increased risk of cancer, a new study says. The Monash University report says pesticides used on tobacco crops are probably to blame for a much higher-than-average rate of breast cancer among women who live near tobacco fields. The chemicals, called organochlorine pesticides, were phased out of legal use in the 1980s and 1990s, but some farmers continue to use them.
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