Fall in fertility rates may be linked to fossil fuel pollution, finds study

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Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Instead, a growing body of research has shown growing rates of human infertility due to biological reasons including 74,000 yearly cases of testicular cancer, insufficient sperm and egg quality, premature puberty in young women, and an increase in the number of congenital malformations in male infant genitalia.

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