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This 2005 file on cancer agents (RoC) is an informational medical and public future health rfile that identifies and discusses brokers, ingredients, combos, or publicity conditions which can pose a risk to human healthiness by way of advantage in their carcinogenicity. It serves as a significant and helpful compilation of information on (1) The carcinogenicity (ability to reason cancer), genotoxicity (ability to wreck genes), and biologic mechanisms (modes of motion within the physique) of the indexed components in people and/or in animals, (2) the possibility of human publicity to those elements, and (3) Federal laws to restrict exposures.
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