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Researchers at University of Wisconsin found low exposures before birth to dioxin, another toxic estrogen, feminized the behavior of male rats during adulthood, and sharply reduced their sperm production.  The researchers concluded that the fetal male reproductive system was more sensitive to dioxin than any other organ-system studied." (Janet Raloff, "The Gender Benders," SCIENCE NEWS Vol. 145 (January 8, 1994), pgs. 24-27; Perinatal dioxin feminizes male rats," SCIENCE NEWS Vol. 141 (May 30, 1992), pg. 359; "EcoCancers," SCIENCE NEWS Vol. 144 (July 3, 1993), pgs. 10-13)

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