Hormone pollution: a new challenge for industry

The role of environmental pollutants as potential disruptors of human and animal life through interference with hormones, the body's natural chemical messengers, has received increasing scientific and public attention over the last year. Many industrial chemicals and pesticides are now under suspicion of causing physiological effects at extremely low concentrations. Demands for more extensive testing of chemicals may be the result.

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