Cancer, etc - radio info|
The comment on the show was that there was a recent study with rats that took the animals into their third year of life, which is not commonly done, and that most of the tumors developed in that third year, the concern being that brain cancer is in fact something that develops very slowly. She also expressed concern that most animal studies start with adult animals, so we don't have evidence as to the effect on babies or juveniles. Again,t his is just what she was saying.
Me, I don't eat or drink aspartame because I can't stand the taste.
|Date:||October 11th, 2007 06:51 pm (UTC)|| |
Rats & mice are already cancer-prone, so I wonder how this'd translate to humans, if at all.