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In order to examine this hypothesis we looked for pesticide levels in the urine samples that men had given when they provided their semen samples. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) conducted these analyses and were unaware of the menís semen quality or where they lived.

First, we compared urinary metabolite levels of 15 current-use pesticides in a sample of men from Missouri and Minnesota.