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Is your drinking water behind the the rise in global prostate cancers cases?

by , 05 May 2015

Many conventional health experts believe that testosterone causes prostate cancer. But new research suggests that oestrogen might be the more likely culprit.

It's suggested that there's a hidden sources of oestrogen to blame for prostate cancer increases.

Water contaminated by women's birth control pills.

Read on to discover how this hidden culprit could be raising your prostate cancer risk.

Drugs residues in common drinking water – the reason so many men are suffering from prostate cancer

Renowned physician and author Dr Mercola says that many waterways contain residues of birth control pills, antidepressants, painkillers, and many other chemical compounds. Most of these drugs enter water supplies from human and animal waste that enter rivers from sewage
treatments plants, leach into groundwater from septic systems, or run off into groundwater.
In fact, even drugs you throw into the trash can end up in your drinking water! When a trash bag enters a landfill, its contents mingle with that of other trash bags and its surrounding environment, including water supplies.
The drug industry admits that pharmaceuticals are contaminating water supplies. However, they also maintain that the levels are too low to cause any harm. 
But they’re wrong. 
We’ve known for years thatthat drugs in waterways can harm fish and other aquatic species. And laboratory studies show that human cells don’t grow normally when exposed to even trace levels of certain drugs…
But what does this have to do with prostate cancer?
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The link between birth control pills in your water supply and prostate cancer

A new study by the International Agency for Research in Cancer analysed the rates of prostate cancer and prostate cancer deaths as well as oral contraceptive use among women. They studied people in over a 100 countries to conclude that areas with a high rate of oral contraceptive use also had a high rate of prostate cancer. 
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in the United States alone, over 82% of women aged 15 to 44 have used birth control pills. 
These pills work by releasing oestrogen and progestin into a woman’s body to prevent her ovaries from releasing eggs.
But the synthetic oestrogen found in “the pill” is unnatural. This means it doesn’t biodegrade as rapidly. It’s also tough to remove it through conventional water purification systems. As a result, a great deal of this unnatural form of oestrogen accumulates in your drinking water. 

And that’s bad news for your prostate. 
While this study didn’t prove cause and effect, it did find a significant association between the birth control pill and prostate cancer. I’m sure that further investigation will take place on this topic, especially in light of oestrogen’s well-established role in a wide range of cancers (breast cancer, brain cancer and melanoma to name a few. Keep your eyes peeled for more information on this interesting theory!
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