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IARC monographs on the evaluation of carcinogenic risks to humans.

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        StatementInternational Agency for Research on Cancer
        PublishersInternational Agency for Research on Cancer
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        LC Classifications1993
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        Paginationxvi, 104 p. :
        Number of Pages49
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        ISBN 10nodata
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AU - Herbert, Ronald A. It is a high-volume chemical now used mostly as a chemical intermediate. Abstract The Preamble to the IARC Monographs describes the objective and scope of the programme, the scientific principles and procedures used in developing a Monograph, the types of evidence considered and the scientific criteria that guide the evaluations. Most have been associated with bladder tumours in humans or experimental animals and are being evaluated with regard to common mechanisms of carcinogenesis.

The lists of IARC evaluations are regularly updated and are available on the Internet at. Additional support has been provided since 1986 by the European Commission, Directorate-General EMPL Employment, and Social AffairsHealth, Safety and Hygiene at Work Unit, and since 1992 by the United States National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

; Castegnaro, Marcel ; Cruzan, George ; Gelderblom, Wentzel C A ; Hass, Ulla ; Henry, Sara H. Virus-like particles containing these epitopes have now been successfully used to develop prophylactic vaccines against several high-risk HPVs. The International Agency for Research on Cancer IARC is part of the World Health Organization.

My principal aim is to be able to find which is the specific microscopic germ or invisible virus that is responsible for these lesions and what are its characteristics, its mode of transmission from man to man or to animals and finally to determine whether a comparative clinical, anatomical and bacteriological examination could result in the identification of the responsible agent.

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IARC monographs on the evaluation of carcinogenic risks to humans. Ingested nitrate and nitrite, and cyanobacterial peptide toxins

AU - Castegnaro, Marcel AU - Cruzan, George AU - Gelderblom, Wentzel C A AU - Hass, Ulla AU - Henry, Sara H. The IARC Monographs Working Group alone is responsible for the views expressed in this publication.

An additional 17 monographs evaluate the carcinogenicity of eight hair dyes, one cosmetic colourant, four industrial dyestuffs, and four aromatic amines, three of which are used in dyestuff manufacture.