A carcinogen is any substance, radionuclide or radiation that is an agent directly involved in the exacerbation of cancer or in the increase of its propagation.
commonly used as a preservative in many household products, glue in particleboard, and in plywood furniture.
This probable carcinogen is found in toilet bowl cleaners and can cause harm to the central nervous system.
Perchloroethylene (or 1-1-1 trichloroethane solvents):
These chemicals are commonly found in dry cleaning fluid, spot removers, and carpet cleaners.
Used to control bugs and other vermin, they are loaded with carcinogens, including sodium 2, 4-dichlorophenoxyacetate. Overexposure has been associated with lymphoma and leukemia.
A well-known carcinogen that can harm you even if you don't smoke but are simply exposed to it.
A well-known fact that the air we breathed has numerous carcinogens.