CHE-Alaska Teleconference: Recorded June 22, 2017

Download the presentation slides and click play to listen to the podcast.

Meg Schwarzman presentation slides (PDF)

 

About the Call:

Dr. Meg Schwarzman, MD, MPH discusses environmental contributors to breast cancer including endocrine disruption and the developmental origins of adult disease and will identify common environmental pollutants and consumer product chemicals that may act as endocrine disrupting compounds. She also discusses opportunities for individual and collective action to reduce exposure to potential breast carcinogens.

 

Dr. Schwarzman is the Associate Director of Health and Environment for the interdisciplinary Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry and an Environmental Health Scientist in University of California Berkeley’s School of Public Health.

 

 

Resources:

Environmental Exposures to Chemicals and Breast Cancer – podcast of  interview with Dr. Schwarzman on Line One: Your Health Connection with Dr. Thad Woodard,  6/19/2017