(FOX NEWS) — Air pollution caused by traffic is being linked to brain cancer.
Researchers examined roughly two-million adults throughout a 25 year period studying their exposure to pollution and medical history.
From their data, researchers say they found “consistent” links between brain cancer and certain particles released from vehicle exhaust during traffic.
Test subject’s were also analyzed for other factors which could contribute to cancer.
But, authors of the study say this is the first time the nanoparticles emitted from cars in traffic are being linked to brain cancer adding, additional research does need to be done to produce similar data.
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