Examples of carcinogen in a Sentence
Cigarette smoke contains known carcinogens.
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In the meantime, research suggests several ways to lower levels of carcinogens in your meat.
Despite that onion consumption leads to unpleasant breath odor because of their high sulfur levels, studies associate the same chemical components with the ability to block cancer-causing carcinogens.
Two years ago, state environmental officials concluded that diesel soot and other carcinogens in vehicle exhaust pose nearly three times the cancer risk previously thought.
Because there is no combustion, and hence no smoke, the vapor contains very low levels of carcinogens and other harmful chemicals.
The link between saccharin consumption and bladder cancer has never been proven in humans, and saccharin was removed from the carcinogen list in 2000.
The agency would have been prevented from limiting pollution from a laundry list of neurotoxins and carcinogens — mercury, arsenic, PCBs, dioxins, heavy metals — at cement plants.
A period of thirty years, or even more, has been demonstrated for some cancers caused by occupational exposures to carcinogens.
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Definition of carcinogen for English Language Learners
medical : a substance that can cause cancer
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