Parental pesticide exposure linked to childhood brain cancer

04/12/2013 | Daily Telegraph (Australia), The

An Australian study revealed that parents' exposure to termite control treatments before or during pregnancy was linked to a twofold increased risk of having children with a brain tumor. Researchers suggest that parents avoid getting professional pesticide treatment during the period leading up to conception and during pregnancy.

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