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Maternal Urinary Phthalates and Phenols and Male Genital Anomalies

Maternal Urinary Phthalates and Phenols and Male Genital Anomalies Epidemiology  Volume 23, Number 2, March 2012 Letters WHO International Agency for Research on These results suggest that some testes in a case-control study (eTable Cancer Monograph Working Group. A re- leisure-time activities or hobbies en- 1, http://links.lww.com/EDE/A558) nes- view of human carcinogens-part C: metals, tailing exposure to carcinogenic ted in the EDEN and PELAGIE mother– arsenic, dusts, and fibres. Lancet Oncol. 2009;10:453– 454. agents are associated with a high risk child cohorts (5200 pregnant women). 8. Guha N, Merletti F, Steenland NK, Altieri A, of developing lung cancer. People en- Cases of hypospadias (n  21) and un- Cogliano V, Straif K. Lung cancer risk in gaged in these activities should be in- painters: a meta-analysis. Environ Health descended testis (unilateral or bilateral, Perspect. 2010;118:303–312. formed about the potential risk from not in scrotum, n  50) were identified materials they are exposed to, so that during the first days after birth by pedi- they can take protective measures or atricians or midwives. Three controls per Maternal Urinary reduce their exposure. case were selected among male singleton Phthalates and Luciana Prini-Guadalupe live births, matched with cases for resi- Mo´nica Pe´rez-Ríos dence area, gestational age at urine sam- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Epidemiology Wolters Kluwer Health

Maternal Urinary Phthalates and Phenols and Male Genital Anomalies

Epidemiology , Volume 23 (2) – Mar 1, 2012

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Copyright © 2012 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
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1044-3983
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1531-5487
DOI
10.1097/EDE.0b013e318246073e
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22317818
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Epidemiology  Volume 23, Number 2, March 2012 Letters WHO International Agency for Research on These results suggest that some testes in a case-control study (eTable Cancer Monograph Working Group. A re- leisure-time activities or hobbies en- 1, http://links.lww.com/EDE/A558) nes- view of human carcinogens-part C: metals, tailing exposure to carcinogenic ted in the EDEN and PELAGIE mother– arsenic, dusts, and fibres. Lancet Oncol. 2009;10:453– 454. agents are associated with a high risk child cohorts (5200 pregnant women). 8. Guha N, Merletti F, Steenland NK, Altieri A, of developing lung cancer. People en- Cases of hypospadias (n  21) and un- Cogliano V, Straif K. Lung cancer risk in gaged in these activities should be in- painters: a meta-analysis. Environ Health descended testis (unilateral or bilateral, Perspect. 2010;118:303–312. formed about the potential risk from not in scrotum, n  50) were identified materials they are exposed to, so that during the first days after birth by pedi- they can take protective measures or atricians or midwives. Three controls per Maternal Urinary reduce their exposure. case were selected among male singleton Phthalates and Luciana Prini-Guadalupe live births, matched with cases for resi- Mo´nica Pe´rez-Ríos dence area, gestational age at urine sam-

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Published: Mar 1, 2012

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