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Microplastics Found in Every Human, Canine Testicle

‘PVC can release a lot of chemicals that interfere with spermatogenesis, and it contains chemicals that cause endocrine disruption…’

By Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) It was recently discovered in a peer-reviewed study published last week in the official journal of the Society of Toxicology that human and canine testicles are teeming with microplastics, which could explain the global decline in male fertility.

The University of New Mexico researchers also studied 47 canine and 23 human testes, discovering that every single testicle contained microplastics and polyethylene.

The researchers chemically treated the testicle samples to dissolve the fat and proteins. After that, they spun each sample in an “ultracentrifuge, leaving a nugget of plastic at the bottom of a tube.” Then, they would heat “the plastic pellet in a metal cup to 600 degrees Celsius,” using “a mass spectrometer to analyze gas emissions as different types of plastic burned at specific temperatures.”

Eventually, the researchers found that the average concentration of microplastics in testicular tissue was 122.63 micrograms per gram in dogs and 328.44 micrograms per gram in humans.

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