Cancer warning over BPA substitute

The “potent” endocrine-disrupting properties of Bisphenol-S have been found to promote the growth of breast cancer cells

by Gareth Simkins
BPA substitute bisphenol S has been found to promote the growth of breast cancer cells. Photograph: SCiardullo CC BY-SA 4.0
BPA substitute bisphenol S has been found to promote the growth of breast cancer cells. Photograph: SCiardullo CC BY-SA 4.0

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