Scientists fear link between male sterility and pollutants

Medical researchers believe that there is a link between the rising trend of male reproductive disorders and environmental exposure to chemicals such as detergent breakdown products and organochlorines. The scientists say that compounds which mimic female hormones could damage reproductive tissue in male foetuses, causing developmental abnormalities and lower sperm counts in adulthood.

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