cancer-causing

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cancer-causing

or

cancer-producing

adj
(Pathology) having the ability to induce the growth of a malignant tumour
Translations

cancer-causing

[ˈkænsəˌkɔːzɪŋ] ADJcancerígeno

cancer-causing

adj cancerígeno, que causa cáncer
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Sun exposure promotes formation of cancer-producing compounds that trigger DNA mutations.
Just as we hurriedly rush out of a closed garage where a car engine is running to prevent ourselves from inhaling the harmful substances emitted by the car's exhaust, we must also shun all sources of cancer-producing smoke, despite whatever perverted pleasure we may derive from it.
Production of poisonous and cancer-producing chemicals seems uncontrolable.
The cultural construction of technology is evident when the author documents the reasons why North American started seriously to consider diesel cars as noisy, dirty and cancer-producing technology whereas in Germany they were perceived as environmentally friendly and fuel-efficient.
Our fair, Anglo-Saxon skin is vulnerable to the cancer-producing effects of sunlight - and the damage is cumulative.
The non-permissible food colours and cheap industrial dyes containing cancer-producing chemicals are used by vendors, large and small manufacturers unregistered sweet and candy manufacturers across the country in violation of Pure Food Rules that could poison the blood of consumers.
The health organisation was also asking countries to clamp down on smoking in public places to protect people from second-hand smoke, which contains a total of 50 cancer-producing chemicals.
THE Government is now advising that all girls aged between 12 and 13 are given one of the new vaccines against the cancer-producing strains of HPV.
But cancer symptoms are rarely detectable until at least a decade after a cancer-producing event so it is too early to "say for certain" whether long-term mobile phone use could be dangerous, according to the MTHR report.
The experts found that the changed gene results in the potentially cancer-producing protein it makes being broken down and rendered harmless at a much faster rate.
Maryland residents breathe unsafe levels of cancer-producing toxins from car emissions, according to report released last week by nonprofit advocacy group Environment Maryland.

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