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“DNA damage response such as genotoxic stress induced NF-kB signaling pathway and its impact on the initiation and development of cancer.”
“Dr Alexandra C. Miller of the Armed Forces Radiological Research Institute reported that DU has significant carcinogenic potential, is mutagenic and genotoxic.”
“If that is the case, might other exposures to drugs or toxins (i.e., thimerosal, mercury in fish, air pollution, pesticides, live viruses) also cause sporadic Mt disease in certain subsets of children, through similar genotoxic mechanisms?”
“The results challenge accepted ideas about how stem cells age and may eventually lead to new ways to prevent graying and treat the more serious conditions caused by genotoxic stress, such as cancer.”
“Some of these are toxic, some can cause birth defects, some are genotoxic, which damage DNA, and some we know are also carcinogenic.”
“And these are much more toxic and genotoxic than the regulated DBPs that currently EPA uses, he said.”
“Australian researchers have reported that the global service mobile (GSM) phone frequency of 900 megahertz has a "significant genotoxic effect on epididymal spermatozoa.”
“Thimerosal has been proven to be a carcinogen, immunotoxic, genotoxic, nephrotoxic and neurotoxic.”
“There is strong evidence that the genotoxic and carcinogenic potentials of asbestos fibers are not identical; in particular, mesothelial cancer is most strongly associated with amphibole fibers.”
“Dr Roberts found diabetic control induction and endocrine disorders of Hashimoto's thyroiditis, cancer and neurological disorders such as transverse myelitis, ALS amyotrophic lateral sclerosis etc.Dr. Blaylock has written extensively on the Glutamate toxicity of Aspartame and Hydroperoxyl Radical damage to glial cells, brain cell damage and neuron death, and biochemical toxicology of methanol and the genotoxic effects of the Aspartame metabolites.”
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