Nanotoxicology and Metalloestrogens: Possible Involvement in Breast Cancer

@inproceedings{Wallace2015NanotoxicologyAM,
  title={Nanotoxicology and Metalloestrogens: Possible Involvement in Breast Cancer},
  author={David R. Wallace},
  booktitle={Toxics},
  year={2015}
}
As the use of nanotechnology has expanded, an increased number of metallic oxides have been manufactured, yet toxicology testing has lagged significantly. Metals used in nano-products include titanium, silicon, aluminum, silver, zinc, cadmium, cobalt, antimony, gold, etc. Even the noble metals, platinum and cerium, have been used as a treatment for cancer, but the toxicity of these metals is still unknown. Significant advances have been made in our understanding and treatment of breast cancer… CONTINUE READING
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