Sewage anti-androgens feminise fish, study finds

A mix of oestrogens and anti-androgens in sewage is feminising fish in rivers, according to a study led by researchers from Brunel University. About two thirds of sewage effluents studied contained anti-androgens, but the compounds responsible are as yet unknown.

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