Concerns increase over prenatal BPA exposure

10/8/2013 | USA Today

Manufacturers have removed bisphenol A, or BPA, from baby bottles and infant formula packages, but steps may need to be taken to safeguard developing fetuses in the womb, says a report from the Breast Cancer Fund. Exposure to BPA in the first 11 weeks of a pregnancy is linked to an increased risk for breast and prostate cancer, as well as neurological and immune system problems, according to the report.

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