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This is the Way the World Ends
Produced by: Larry Masset
Pesticides, toxins, and even naturally occurring hormones are now showing a more lasting impact on mortality and fertility than had been suspected. Producer Larry Massett is worried enough that he interviewed a number of scientists, including Theo Colborn. Colborn at the World Wildlife Fund suspects that chemicals --perhaps in low doses over a long period of time, possibly interacting with other chemicals at crucial moments in the development of human embryos-- may be disrupting our bodies' "messenger" systems--especially the hormone systems that influence reproduction and development. Several recent studies suggest that human sperm count is declining world-wide. Other scientists, like Devra Davis of the World Resources Institute, believe that synthetic chemicals may be damaging our immune systems, and may even play a role in breast cancer. But---other scientists aren't so sure. They think the evidence so far is inconclusive or has been misinterpreted

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