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High incidence of central precocious puberty in a bounded geographic area of northwest Tuscany: An estrogen disrupter epidemic?
- F. Massart, P. Seppia, +7 authors G. Saggese
- Gynecological endocrinology : the official…
- 1 February 2005
The potential health consequences of human exposure to environmental estrogen disrupters are not known. Because many chemical compounds are environmentally persistent, toxic and estrogen-active, they… Expand
How do environmental estrogen disruptors induce precocious puberty?
Puberty is regulated by the endocrine system. Disruption of that system by exposure to environmental hormone-mimicking substances (i.e. endocrine disruptors) may, therefore, affect this development… Expand