Title: 
Hormonal Chaos: The Scientific and Social Origins of the Environmental Endocrine Hypothesis
Resource Type: 
Book
Publication Date: 
2000
Abstract: 
The author traces the emergence of an unorthodox hypothesis that casts new suspicions on a broad range of modern industrial chemicals. The "Environmental Endocrine Hypothesis," asserts that a class of chemicals called "endocrine disruptors" are interfering with the normal functioning of hormones in animals and humans.
Authors: 
Sheldon Krimsky
Publisher: 
The Johns Hopkins University Press
Source Type: 
Academic/Research
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Number of Pages: 
284
Geographic Focus: 
National/Federal
International
United States of America

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