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Linda Birnbaum told senators that chemicals known as PFAS persist in the environment and affect nearly every system in the human body.
Researchers from around the world shared insights into chronic kidney disease of unknown origin in agricultural communities.
National Toxicology Program scientists, NIEHS grantees, and colleagues developed a quick way to screen substances for carcinogenicity.
Risks of e-cigs and vaping, role of oxidative stress in cancer, and more were featured by the Genetics and Environmental Mutagenesis Society.
ASCCT annual meeting set for September 25-26, registration and comments due May 10 for ICCVAM Public Form, and recent NICEATM and ICCVAM publications.
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