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Estrogen exposure may lead to urethral anomalies

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Boston-Pregnant mice exposed to synthetic estrogens resulted in shorter urethras and disrupted urethral seam closures in their offspring, according to researchers from the University of California, San Francisco. They say their research supports previous cause-and-effect data regarding endocrine disruptors and genital tubercle anomalies.

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