- BRUSSELS - European scientists say there is strong evidence that one
of six hormones used in the Canadian and U.S. beef industry can cause
cancer in humans.
- The report says scientists lack enough
data to draw final conclusions on the other five growth-promoting hormones
used in North America.
- But the report is certain to stir up
controversy just days before a May 13 deadline in a case before the World
- The European Union has had a 10-year
ban on imports of hormone-treated beef.