Wood dust, talc, estrogens, and nickel alloys among substances being reviewed for inclusion in Report on Carcinogens
Wood dust produced in furniture and cabinet manufacture, common talc, spectrum ultraviolet light, as well as UVA, UVB, UVC and the flavoring agent methyleugenol, metallic nickel and nickel alloys, trichloroethylene, and two pharmaceutical agents to be reviewed for listing in the next federal Report on Carcinogens.
NIH/National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
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