02 July 2019

By Dr Wendy Winnall - PCFA Research Team

Dust from the World Trade Center site may have affected the prostate glands of responders

It's claimed that responders to the World Trade Center site after the 2001 attacks have an increased rate of prostate cancer. But the evidence so far has been unclear. A new study has found that exposure to dust from the site can affect prostate glands. This research delivers important clues to the changes in the prostate gland that occur when exposed to toxic substances.

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