Jersey Girl Study

A prospective study by the Cancer Institute of New Jersey intended to identify environmental and lifestyle factors that predict future risk of breast cancer. The study is enrolling prepubertal girls (ages 9 to 10), as puberty is a critical period that shapes a woman’s future health
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Yet urine from 58 adolescents tested as part of a project called the Jersey Girl Study contained the estrogen mimics zearalenone--which is produced by fungi that infect grains--or zeranol, a synthetic muscle-boosting analog administered to livestock.