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Study Finds Microplastics In All Samples Of Dog And Human Testicles, Threat To Fertility

By Jacob M. Thompson

“These findings highlight the pervasive presence of microplastics in the male reproductive system in both canine and human testes, with potential consequences on male fertility,” states the abstract.

A new study recently published in the journal Toxological Sciences that received plenty of mainstream media attention, warning that the pervasiveness of nano- and microplastics has gotten so bad that a team of scientists discovered that the sample size of examined testicles in dogs and men found microplastics in them.

Based on the abstract from the study:

The ubiquitous existence of microplastics and nanoplastics raises concerns about their potential impact on the human reproductive system. Limited data exists on microplastics within the human reproductive system and their potential consequences on sperm quality.

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