Breast Cancer and Lung Cancer incidences are explained by air toxics in combination with other environmental variables.
Melanoma cancers in men are explained by uv levels air toxics.
Diesel and formaldehyde help to explain childhood cancers.
Our studies show within the United States that Breast Cancer, Lung Cancer, Melanoma and Childhood Cancer incidences are explained by human habits, environmental factors, and air toxics like diesel combustion, benzene, TCE, arsenic and beryllium. Download our papers for more information.