The scan smoke produces by the diesel fuel can cause cancer, according to a report of the World Health Organisation.
Monday, June 18 2012
Diesel fuel & cancer.- The World Health Organisation (WHO) has revealed that the smoke produced by the diesel fuel is extremely dangerous for human health and strongly linked to the development of different types of cancer.
In fact, the WHO has placed the dangers provoked by the fuel diesel in the same level that the ones caused by smoking and suntanned machines.
These are the conclusions reached by a group of experts who met last week to debate on the dangers of diesel fuel arguing that many components found in the diesel fuel stimulate cancer cells.
In this way, the WHO has included the smoke produced by the diesel in its classification list IARC, group 1, where are included external factors and chemical products able to cause cancer.