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Our stolen future : are we threatening our fertility, intelligence, and survival? : a scientific detective story

Author: Theo Colborn; Dianne Dumanoski; John Peterson Myers
Publisher: New York : Dutton, ©1996.
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Argues that the focus on the carcinogenicity of chemicals has led to the ignoring of the adverse effects of chemicals on the embryo and fetus. Resultant problems include reduced fertility, altered behavior patterns, and decreased immunity.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Colborn, Theo.
Our stolen future.
New York : Dutton, c1996
(OCoLC)664765747
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Theo Colborn; Dianne Dumanoski; John Peterson Myers
ISBN: 0525939822 9780525939825
OCLC Number: 33246122
Description: xii, 306 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Omens --
Hand-me-down poisons --
Chemical messengers --
Hormone havoc --
Fifty ways to lose your fertility --
To the ends of the earth --
A single hit --
Here, there, and everywhere --
Chronicle of loss --
Altered destinies --
Beyond cancer --
Defending ourselves --
Loomings --
Flying blind --
The wingspread consensus statement.
Responsibility: Theo Colborn, Dianne Dumanoski, and John Peterson Myers.

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Argues that the focus on the carcinogenicity of chemicals has led to the ignoring of the adverse effects of chemicals on the embryo and fetus. Resultant problems include reduced fertility, altered behavior patterns, and decreased immunity.

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