Thursday, January 17, 2019

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Ecological research indicates there is a connection between environmental factors and breast cancer. From preservatives in our lipstick to flame retardants in our sofas, from plasticizers in our water bottles to pesticides on our fruits and vegetables there are over 85,000 synthetic chemicals on the market today.




As the use of chemicals has risen, so have rates of breast and other cancers.


70% of breast cancer have none of the known risk factors. But known risk factors, like late menopause, having children late in life, and family history of cancer are present in only 30% of breast cancer cases.

  • Estrogen - A hormone closely linked with the development of breast cancer. Numerous synthetic chemicals, called “xenoestrogens,” act like estrogen in our bodies which come from common weed killers and pesticides, plastic additives or by-products, ingredients in spray paints and paint removers, and polyvinyl chloride used extensively in the manufacture of food packaging, medical products, appliances, cars, toys, credit cards, and rainwear.
  • Ionising radiation- Exposure to high levels of ionising radiation increases the risk of many cancers, the risks associated with mammograms and other x-rays are very small. We can be exposed to ionising radiation through: From Natural sources like the ground, food and cosmic rays. An atomic bomb explosion or radiation accident.Medical x-rays (including mammograms) and radiotherapy
  • Radiotherapy treatment - Hodgkin’s lymphoma can be treated by radiotherapy in chest area. This increases the chance of breast cancer for women who received radiotherapy during their developmental (teenage) years. 
  • Working at night- Particularly women who work night shifts, may have a slightly increased chance of developing breast cancer than women who do not.
  • Some studies have shown a lack of darkness may reduce the production of a hormone called melatonin, which might normally play a role in suppressing the growth of breast cancer.Shift work might also lead to unhealthy behaviour that could independently increase the risk of cancer, such as being overweight and not being physically active
  • Stress - Number of studies have looked at the direct and indirect links between stress and breast cancer.

There is scientific evidence to some extent to suggest the following factors may affect the chances of developing breast cancer. More research is needed before we can be sure they are definitely linked to the disease.
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About Conference


ME Conferences cordially invite you to attend the 8th International Conference on Climate Change and Medical Entomology slated on April 29-30, 2019 at Helsinki, Finland. We welcome all scientists, scholars, students, industrialists to attend and explore their knowledge in the field of Climate Change and Medical Entomology.

Climate Change 2019 conference will focus on the latest and exciting innovations in all areas of Climate Change and Medical Entomology which offers a unique opportunity for investigators across the globe to meet, network, and witness new challenges. This year’s annual congress highlights the theme, “Endeavor the Emerging Issues in Climate Change & Medical Entomology” which reflects the Cutting-edge Information. The two days conference includes workshops, symposiums, special keynote sessions conducted by eminent and renowned speakers This Conference also encourages the active participation of young student researchers as we are hosting Poster Award Competition and Young research Forum at the conference venue.

Benefits of attending:
  • Build Strategic Business Connections
  • Gain New Insights
  • Collaborate with the leaders in the fields of Climate Change
  • Networking events
  • Strategy exchange sessions
  • Specialty Exhibit Areas- Companies often have tools to display that we haven’t seen yet
  • The focus and energy of Like-Minded Individuals
  • The Serendipity of the Random Workshops
  • Lightning Sessions
  • Market Debuts
  • Who Attends?
  • Climatologist
  • Medical Entomologist
  • Meteorologist
  • Geologist
  • Environmental researchers
  • Hydrologist
  • Marine biologist
  • Oceanographer
  • Ecologists
  • Chemical researchers
  • Environmental engineers
  • Waste management researchers
  • Business entrepreneur
  • Astronomers
  • Earth science association
  • Sustainability Strategists
  • CEO’s
  • Young research forum

Conference Highlights

Special Issues


  •  All accepted abstracts will be published in respective Supporting International Journals.
  •  Abstracts will be provided with Digital Object Identifier by Cross Ref.