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The BCERF program on the Cancer Risks of Environmental Chemicals in the Home and Workplace closed on March 31, 2010. No further updates will be made to this web site. Please go Cornell University’s eCommons web site to access BCERF’s archived research and educational materials (http://ecommons.library.cornell.edu/handle/1813/14300).

Critical Evaluations

A Critical Evaluation is a compilation and critique of all available scientific evidence of a particular chemical's or dietary/lifestyle factor's potential to affect breast cancer risk. Critical Evaluations also identify research gaps and make recommendations for further research.

Critical Evaluations include:

Critical Evaluations are written for a scientific audience. We also translate the information contained in the Critical Evaluations into fact sheets written for the consumer.

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Details of Evaluation Methods

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2,4-D's Breast Cancer Risk

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Alachlor's Breast Cancer Risk

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Atrazine's Breast Cancer Risk

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Chlordane's Breast Cancer Risk

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Chlorpyrifos' Breast Cancer Risk

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Cyanazine's Breast Cancer Risk

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DDT, DDE, and Dieldrin's Breast Cancer Risk

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Diazinon's Breast Cancer Risk

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Public comments received in 30-day comment period

Dichlorvos' Breast Cancer Risk

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Heptachlor and Heptachlor Epoxide's Breast Cancer Risk

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Lindane's Breast Cancer Risk

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Mancozeb's Breast Cancer Risk

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Phosmet's Breast Cancer Risk

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Simazine's Breast Cancer Risk

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Workplace Chemicals: Breast Cancer Risk

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