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Long-Term Chemical Carcinogenesis Experiments for Identifying Potential Human Cancer Hazards : Collective Database of the National Cancer Lnstitute and National Toxicology Program (1 976-1 991)

By Huff, James Edward


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Government Reference Publication

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Introduction: Since the Introduction: of exposing animals to chemicals in 1918 by Yamagiwa and Ichikawa for detecting chemical carcinogens (1.2) Much has been learned about the relevance of these fin dings for possible effects in humans.

 

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