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Persistent Organic Pollutants and Endometriosis Risk
Grant Number R829438
RFA: Endocrine Disruptors: Epidemiologic Approaches (2001)


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Presentation (3)
Proceedings (1)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Presentation Holt VL, Schwartz SM, Needham L, Barr DB. Persistent organic pollutants and endometriosis risk. Presented at the STAR Endocrine Disruptors Program Review Workshop, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC, 2002. R829438 (2002)
R829438 (2003)
R829438 (2005)
R829438 (Final)
not available
Presentation Holt VL, Schwartz SM, Barr D. Persistent organic pollutants and endometriosis risk. Presented at e.hormones 2004, New Orleans, LA, 2004. R829438 (2004)
R829438 (2005)
R829438 (Final)
not available
Presentation Holt VL, Schwartz SM, Barr DB. Persistent organic pollutants and endometriosis risk. Presented at the STAR Endocrine Disruptor Grant Conference, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Research Triangle Park, NC, 2006. R829438 (2005)
R829438 (Final)
not available
Proceedings Holt VL, Schwartz SM, Needham L, Barr DB. Persistent organic pollutants and endometriosis risk. In: Proceedings of the STAR Endocrine Disruptors Program Review Workshop. Research Triangle Park, NC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, October 29-31, 2002, p. 88. R829438 (2003)
R829438 (Final)
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