Translation of carcinogen in Spanish:


agente cancerígeno, n.

Pronunciation /kɑrˈsɪnədʒən/ /ˈkɑrsənəˌdʒɛn/ /kɑːˈsɪnədʒ(ə)n/


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    agente cancerígeno masculine
    agente carcinógeno masculine
    cancerígeno masculine
    carcinógeno masculine
    • The combination of cigarette smoking and exposure to many occupational carcinogens increases risk of cancer.
    • These chemicals include known or probable carcinogens, neurotoxins and reproductive toxins.
    • The scientists also carried out animal trials on rats fed on ginger to establish if it could protect against cancer causing carcinogens.
    • Individuals can decrease their cancer risk from certain carcinogens by making lifestyle changes.
    • A carcinogen does not cause cancer by itself, but only in interaction with a host.
    • In addition, those who have an inherited predisposition to cancer may be more susceptible to environmental carcinogens such as radiation.
    • It has been suggested that oestrogen might be a complete carcinogen capable of causing genetic alterations and tumour initiation.
    • After a period of six weeks, the rats exposed to the colon carcinogen had about half the number of pre-cancerous growths in their colons compared to rats on a normal diet.
    • It is certainly terrorizing that such toxins and carcinogens have been poisoning us for so long and continue to do so.
    • There are a lot of registered substances that are known carcinogens.
    • It is a multisite carcinogen, and it causes tumors in the lung, skin, urinary bladder, and most likely in other sites, in adults.
    • Unfortunately, alcohol serves as a perfect solvent to help all those carcinogens affect your mucus membranes.
    • And are environmental carcinogens, which are a particular interest of yours, showing up in occupations?
    • There is a greater amount of nicotine in both cigars and pipe tobacco and a lot of carcinogens, so that there is potential for harm there.
    • A second approach to evaluating the risks of passive smoking is to assess the exposure to known carcinogens produced by environmental tobacco smoke.
    • The risk conferred by other occupational and environmental carcinogens should also be emphasized at this time.
    • When the saliva containing cigar products is swallowed, the esophagus is exposed to carcinogens.
    • Separate chemicals identified in tobacco smoke were already listed as carcinogens in the Report.
    • The guidelines require businesses to post warnings when they expose people to carcinogens.
    • Ionising radiation is one of the most studied and ubiquitous carcinogens in our environment.