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Nos encaminamos a una humanidad infértil para 2045 según un estudio

Una investigación de 2017 demuestra que los humanos están perdiendo la capacidad de procrear y nos encaminamos hacia una humanidad infértil para 2045. La profesora en medicina ambiental Shanna Swan, ha encendido las alarmas para hacer visible la creciente problemática de infertilidad que ya aqueja a millones de personas en el mundo.

Infertilidad en el mundo va en aumento

Según la Organización Mundial de la Salud, la infertilidad afecta a millones de personas en edad reproductiva. Sus estimaciones sugieren que 186 millones de personas viven con infertilidad en el mundo. Estipula que la infertilidad “es una enfermedad del sistema reproductivo masculino o femenino definida por la imposibilidad de lograr un embarazo después de 12 meses o más, de relaciones sexuales sin protección”.

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Por su parte Shanna Swan, formó parte de la investigación de 2017 que ahondó en el análisis de infertilidad en países occidentales. En ella se descubrió que el recuento de espermatozoides entre hombres, se redujo en más del 50% en las últimas décadas. Swan, preocupada por esta situación, además lanzó un libro titulado Count Down (Cuenta regresiva), que profundiza en cómo y por qué los humanos están perdiendo la capacidad de procrear.

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Según Shanna, la creencia popular es que la infertilidad se debe al retraso en la maternidad o al estilo de vida. Sin embargo, ella está profundamente convencida de que hay factores químicos que inciden directamente en la infertilidad generalizada en la población, que nadie quiere ver.

Los productos químicos juegan un papel causal importante”.

Swan argumenta que los productos químicos juegan un papel causal importante. Sobre todo aquellas sustancias que interfieren o imitan las hormonas sexuales del cuerpo. Además, también incluye dentro de la lista roja a los ftalatos, utilizados en la creación de plásticos.

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