Another group of allied anti-science activists, Center for Science in the Public Interest, once tried to claim coffee did just that. All you have to do is \"suggest\" something is linked to cancer and people removed from science - organic food shoppers, anti-nuclear activists, alternative medicine customers - want it banned. That is why journals have started to disqualify papers that rely on a p-value as their source of legitimacy.What doesn't increase breast cancer risk? Yes, higher levels of estradiol or progesterone can be linked to a risk factor for breast cancer, but if endocrine disruption claims were real the first product taken off the market would be birth control pills. The data were already in EPA ToxCast, which means it has already been explored and none of the chemicals they claim may be 'a risk factor for a risk factor' for breast cancer have been found to be actually causing any cancers.