KingKitty Posted August 30, 2022 Share Posted August 30, 2022 (edited) 2 hours ago, Macnamara said: Nearly all pregnant women are being exposed to chemicals that cause cancer and hurt their unborn child's development, study finds University of California, San Francisco researchers tested urine samples from 171 women in the United States Found almost all had melamine and its by-product cyanuric acid present Raised concerns as chemicals have been linked to cancer and development problems The FDA has said melamine is safe if it is kept below a certain level, but it does not carry out regular monitoring of any of the chemicals studied By Luke Andrews Health Reporter For Dailymail.Com Published: 05:01 BST, 30 August 2022 | Updated: 07:38 BST, 30 August 2022 Nearly all pregnant women are exposed to chemicals from plastics, cleaning products, clothing and other household items that scientists say may put them at a higher risk of cancer and harm their baby's development. University of California, San Francisco researchers tested urine samples from 171 women and found almost all had melamine and its by-product cyanuric acid present — which can come from pots, plastics, kitchen counters and pesticides. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-11158033/Nearly-pregnant-women-exposed-chemicals-cause-cancer-study-finds.html Living in the Golden State, myself, I can attest to the fact that every single time I've had to give a urine sample, they have you pee in a plastic cup. Ironic? I believe Cancer is a racket, just like Covidmania. A "catch-all" for various things human get ill from, made worse and usually fatal by their "cures". Mind you, I'm not suggesting that these man-made chemical based products aren't harming us, quite the contrary. Much like the "vaccines", I believe their intention was to do just that; harm us. Edited August 30, 2022 by KingKitty 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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