Preventive Strategies for Living in a Chemical World: A Symposium in Honor of Irving J. Selikoff, Volume 837
Eula Bingham, Irving J. Selikoff, David P. Rall
New York Academy of Sciences, Jan 1, 1997 - Medical - 588 pages
This text presents scientific inquiry into the causes of environmental and occupational disease, and the means of reducing the toll of illness and death from environmental agents. The preventive strategies discussed include identifying agents causing disease, determining exposure to them, setting priorities for change based on risk assessment, educating citizens and workers, and regulatory approaches.
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adducts Adenocarcinoma adenoma alkyl phosphate analysis Animals Bearing asbestos associated benzene Bioassays biological breast cancer breeders butadiene cancer risk carcinogenesis carcinogenic chemical chlorine cohort concentrations costs death dietary fiber drinking water ecological risk assessment ecosystems effects Environ environmental epidemiological estimate estrogen evaluation Experiment experimental factors female gasoline Gavage genetic gland Group Dose hazards herbicides human hydrocarbons incidence increase industry kidney cancer laboratory leukemia levels liver Long-term Carcinogenicity Bioassays lung lymphomas male MALTONI mammary mammary tumors Mesothelioma metabolites methylmercury mg/kg mice monitoring mortality MTBE National NB Power observed occupational exposure occupational health offspring organophosphate OSHA parathion pesticide population production Rat Sprague-Dawley regulation reported Selikoff significant specific Sprague-Dawley Sprague-Dawley rats sprayed Statistics styrene TABLE tamoxifen tests tissue Total malignant tumors toxicity Toxicol Toxicology vinyl Vinyl Acetate weeks women workers exposed