Parental exposure to diesel fumes raises child's brain tumor risk

12/12/2012 |

Children whose parents were exposed to diesel fumes at work before conception or during pregnancy had a greater risk of developing a brain tumor, Australian researchers wrote in the International Journal of Cancer. Diesel fumes recently have been classified as Group 1 carcinogenics by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.

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