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Estrogen-mimickers contaminate fish

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New warnings about eating fish: That fresh catch, or even the fillet from the grocery store, could contain high amounts of chemicals that mimic estrogen. And according to researchers, eating contaminated fish could lead to breast cancer and other health problems. A new study finds these chemicals are entering waterways through sewage. Jonathan Brown has more.

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