We must know what are the toxins or lifestyles that contribute to cancer.  Some of the toxins are metal dusts and neurotoxins proliferate in the absence of sleep. We detoxify our bodies during sleep.

My co-worker who had worked in semiconductor companies for many years had lymphoma (and survived) but not a friend who died of prostrate cancer from working 2 jobs, night shift in the airport. My sister’s 3 GFs had breast cancer from working at another seminconductor companies.

Our brain gives us signal that we have inhaled or ingested a toxin. Listen to our bodies. Avoid all toxins around us if possible.

Some of the articles below listed:

  • neurotoxicants disrupt activity in cortical networks
  • brain regions after sarin intoxication


No over generalization in Mesnage et al regarding Bisphenol A alternatives
Robin MesnageMichael Antoniou
Overgeneralization by Mesnage et al. Regarding Bisphenol A Alternatives
Ana SotoCheryl SchaeberleMark Maier ; Carlos SonnenscheinMaricel Maffini
Proteome profile of different rat brain regions after sarin intoxication
Kalyani ChaubeySyed Imteyaz AlamD. P. NagarChandra Kant WaghmareS. C. Pant …
Developmental neurotoxicants disrupt activity in cortical networks on microelectrode arrays: Results of screening 86 compounds during neural network formation
Christopher L. Frank ; Jasmine P. BrownKathleen WallaceWilliam R. MundyTimothy J. Shafer
Comparative dose-response analysis of liver and kidney transcriptomic effects of trichloroethylene and tetrachloroethylene in B6C3F1 mouse
Yi-Hui ZhouJoseph A. CichockiValerie Y. Soldatow ; Elizabeth SchollPaul Gallins …
Dexrazoxane averts idarubicin-evoked genomic damage by regulating gene expression profiling associated with the DNA damage-signaling pathway in BALB/c mice
SM AttiaAY AlshahraniMA Al-HamamahMM AttiaQ Saquib …