Exposure to hazardous substances and male reproductive health: a research framework.

@article{Moline2000ExposureTH,
  title={Exposure to hazardous substances and male reproductive health: a research framework.},
  author={Jacqueline M. Moline and Anne L. Golden and Natan Bar-Chama and Elie Smith and Michelle E. Rauch and Robert E. Chapin and Sally D. Perreault and Steven M. Schrader and William A Suk and Philip J. Landrigan},
  journal={Environmental Health Perspectives},
  year={2000},
  volume={108},
  pages={803 - 813}
}
The discovery in the mid-1970s that occupational exposures to pesticides could diminish or destroy the fertility of workers sparked concern about the effects of hazardous substances on male reproductive health. More recently, there is evidence that sperm quantity and quality may have declined worldwide, that the incidence of testicular cancer has progressively increased in many countries, and that other disorders of the male reproductive tract such as hypospadias and cryptorchidism may have… CONTINUE READING

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