Silent Killer: New video on plastics and breast cancer

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A short video by Operation Maple explains clearly some of the recent ground-breaking research in Canada linking women who work in plastics manufacturing with higher rates of breast cancer.

Featured are Robert DeMatteo and James Brophy who, with Margaret Keith, partnered with The National Network on Environments and Women's Health (NNEWH) to study health risks of women working in the automotive plastics workers in the Windsor, Ontario region.

Watch the video on YouTube.

Read more about the NNEWH research on our website: Women, Plastics and Breast Cancer.