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by F.W. Sunderman

Free eBook Nickel in the Human Environment (International Agency for Research on Cancer) download ISBN: 0197230598
Author: F.W. Sunderman
Publisher: Oxford University Press (May 23, 1985)
Language: English
Pages: 554
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A human health hazard. 3. Cancer mortality associated with the hightemperature oxidation.

From inside the book. A human health hazard. 23. Respiratory cancer mortality of Welsh nickel refinery workers.

Arsenic concentration is much lower in the atmosphere of Dhaka, though Bangladesh has severe arsenic problem in the ground water. Lead and cadmium concentrations showed decreasing trend in Dhaka compared than previous measurements-but still they have very high levels compared than Europe and USA. There is very limited information for Mn, Sb and Se concentrations in Dhaka air. Correlation studies showed that several trace metals had potential joint sources of origin, .

It also collects and publishes surveillance data regarding the occurrence of cancer worldwide. Its Monographs Programme identifies carcinogenic hazards and evaluates environmental causes of cancer in humans.

The responses of experimental animals to known and suspected human carcinogens, as evaluated in the IARC Monographs series, were analysed as an indication of the sensitivity of animal tests for predicting human carcinogens. Although the response was high - 84% - it would have been even higher had all the compounds been adequately tested experimentally.

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Its main offices are in Lyon, France. It also collects and publishes surveillance data regarding the occurrence of cancer worldwide. It maintains a series of monographs on the carcinogenic hazards to humans posed by a variety of agents, mixtures and exposures

Published by Oxford University Press, USA (1985). ISBN 10: 0197230598 ISBN 13: 9780197230596. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. 532 pages including indexes; tables, appendices, diagrams, some b&w photographs. Bottom corner of spine bumped. Title in gold on cover and spine. Dust jacket yellowed with age, with edgewear.

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If IARC would move wireless radio frequency to the higher category of 2A - Possible Human Carcinogen or to 1 - Known Human Carcinogen it deserves to be in then it would make it easier for communities to use the UK Environmental Protection Act to stop 5G and, thereby, prevent a lot of illness, suffering and misery.