Diesel Exhaust Fumes Increase the Risk of Cancer

IAS News,Videos 2 July 2012 | 1 Comment

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A research team from the World Health Organization, has found that inhaling diesel exhaust fumes can actually increase the risk of getting lung cancer and bladder cancer. The team now classifies diesel fumes to be in the same carcinogenic category as asbestos, arsenic and mustard gas in its potential to cause cancer.

Read more about this terrifying research here.

In the wake of this new finding, Dr Garry Gordon’s chelation products that remove the accumulation of environmental toxins such as lead and cadmium as well as providing a solid nutritional foundation seem more important than ever. Watch Dr Gordon discuss Beyond Chelation Improved his multivitamin supplement here.

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