Study: No correlation between styrene, cancer risks

Exposure to styrene, even at high levels, is not correlated to cancer risks, according to research by the consultancy Gradient. The study follows a finding by the Department of Health and Human Services' National Toxicology Program that styrene is a carcinogen. "The only plausible mechanism for styrene-induced carcinogenesis ... is not relevant to humans," Gradient said.

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