Lymphohematopoietic Cancers Induced By Chemicals and Other Agents: Overview and Implications for Risk Assessment (External Review Draft)
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This draft report provides an overview of the types of mechanisms underlying the lymphohematopoietic cancers induced by chemical agents and radiation in humans, with a primary emphasis on leukemia and leukemia-inducing agents. It focuses on how mechanistic information on human leukemia-inducing agents can inform risk assessment.
|May 1997||EPA released the report, Chemical and Radiation Leukemogenesis in Humans and Rodents and the Value of Rodent Models for Assessing Risks of Lymphohematopoietic Cancers.|
|Sep 2009||EPA initiated this study of lymphohematopoietic cancers induced by chemicals and other agents focusing on implications for risk assessment.|
|Sep 2010||EPA released the draft report for public review and comment. [Federal Register Dec 8, 2010]|
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