Formaldehyde exposure and leukaemia

Collins, J. J.
November 2004
Occupational & Environmental Medicine;Nov2004, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p875
Academic Journal
Discusses the hypothesis on the association between formaldehyde exposure and leukaemia. Respiratory tract cancers that were examined in connection to formaldehyde exposure; Areas where leukaemia risk conflict with the current understanding of formaldehyde carcinogenity; Biological evidences which revealed the inconsistency of the proposed association between formaldehyde and leukaemia; Research approaches possible in the case of formaldehyde exposure and leukaemia.


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