Scientists gauge Mallory Heights’ cancer risk from EtO

By , Daily Memphian Updated: February 07, 2023 1:15 PM CT | Published: February 07, 2023 12:42 PM CT

By looking at the cumulative lifetime cancer risk from individual pollutants scientists can glean how much one chemical is contributing to overall risk. 


Sterilization Services of Tennessee ethylene oxide Mallory Heights Environmental Protection Agency
Keely Brewer

Keely Brewer

Keely Brewer is a Report for America corps member covering environmental impacts on communities of color in Memphis. She is working in partnership with the Ag & Water Desk, a sustainable reporting network aimed at telling water and agriculture stories across the Mississippi River Basin.


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