A carcinogen is a cancer-causing agent, and they can come from a number of sources. There is no one carcinogen, so not every one “comes from” the same place. For example, there is arsenic, asbestos, radon, vinyl chloride, and benzene. Some common carcinogenic sources are cigarettes, paints, adhesives, propellents, and herbicides.
Some are naturally occurring minerals; some are created naturally by plants and animals; some are manufactured by humans.
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