A Possible Chemical Connection

As scientists continue to search for answers, Jack F. Jacoub, M.D., medical oncologist and medical director of MemorialCare Cancer Institute at Orange Coast Medical Center in Fountain Valley, CA says doctors question if there’s a hormonal factor tied to these statistics. “Also, we wonder what is in the environment, which is another a big component,” he says. “For example, are cooking oils and fumes a factor?”

Dr. Stanifer agrees. “There are some environmental exposures or toxins that almost everyone is being exposed to, yet for whatever reason, women seem to be more susceptible to it.”

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