Toxics in the Womb 

East Bay scientists are studying whether exposure to environmental pollutants early in life leads to breast cancer as an adult.

Deep in a laboratory freezer, 100,000 vials of blood have been frozen for the better part of five decades. For scientist Barbara Cohn, it's a treasure trove. Collected from more than 15,000 Bay Area women after they gave birth in the 1960s,…

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