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NIEHS and Canadian scientists discover that cancer cells with mutated BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes died when they lacked a protein called APE2.
NIEHS-funded researchers find that pregnant women who lived close to wells in rural areas were more likely to have smaller babies.
NIEHS grantees study pet dogs to better understand how human exposure to everyday chemicals may lead to cancer and other conditions.
New findings from the Agricultural Health Study suggest exposure to certain pesticides may increase risk of renal cell carcinoma.