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The first meeting of Endocrine Disrupting Chemical Research in North Carolina tackled chemicals’ role in human and ecological health.
Martha Susiarjo researches imprinted genes and how their interactions with environmental chemicals can affect maternal and fetal health.
NIEHS-supported researchers discussed environmental factors linked to breast cancer at a Duke University symposium.
Linda Birnbaum delivered a keynote address at the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology annual meeting.
NIEHS clinical researcher Fred Miller discussed the increase in autoimmune diseases in the U.S., and the research to better understand why.
Oncologist Thomas Weber discussed the rise of early-onset colorectal cancer and suggested environmental factors may play a role.