Pesticide in drinking water linked to breast cancer

A new medical study has concluded that atrazine, the most commonly occurring pesticide in drinking water, is a potential cause of breast and other cancers. Water companies and pesticide manufacturers have long claimed that levels of atrazine in drinking water are harmless - but the new findings lend support to the EC's policy of imposing precautionary limits on pesticides.

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