The baby mice were first exposed to BPA and then to known mammary carcinogens… and BPA gets the blame?!
Click for the AFP article on the French report.
Click for the abstract of the study relied on by the French agency.
So, do we conclude that leaving food about in BPA containers is a good way to control the mouse population?
Great comment, Bob. Thank you.
Either that or that the French live in an alternative universe. Remember their study ‘proving’ GM grain causes cancer?
Anything to “prove” your obsession.
Does anyone see how many animals were used for the study? Maybe I’m being obtuse this morning, but so far, my only conclusion that can be definitely drawn is there was at least two (they use mice, not mouse), but beyond that, I can’t find anything that looks like real numbers in THIS version of the study:
Ok, I see it now – minimum of 5 mice for each study group – so what is that, 15 plus the control? Hard to make determinations without hard numbers.
Yeah, but great for jumping to conclusions.
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