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World Health Organization Publication : Year 2006 ; Issue 92416605...

By: G. M. Williams

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The Committee took note of the extensive evidence for the genotoxicity of several members of this group of flavouring agents related to furan, including the clastogenicity of 2-furyl methyl ketone (No. 1503) in mouse bone marrow

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Clinical Trials in Cancer Research

By: Edmund A. Gehan

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: The randomized clinical trial was first used for the evaluation of cancer treatments in the mid-1950s (I). Inonly two decades, it has proven to be a useful way oicvlutintgh e relative r.ifcctiveneuftrriitmcnt, and bodv ui knowled-re has hecn developed which provides objective data about cancer treatments. The organization of comparative clinical trials through the cooperative groups program sponsored by the National Cancer Institute in the U.S. and clinical...

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Crs Report for Congress Received through the Crs Web Federal Prote...

By: Erin D. Williams

Summary: The Common Rule (45 CFR 46, Subpart A) governs research that is conducted on human beings if it is funded by one of 18 federal agencies. It requires a review of proposed research by an Institutional Review Board (IRB), the informed consent of research subjects, and institutional assurances of compliance with the regulations. In 1974, 45 CFR 46 was published following some cases of harm to human subjects, such as those caused by thalidomide drug trials and the Un...

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Report of the 33Rd Session of the Codex Committee on Food Additive...

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: The thirty-third Session of the Codex Committee on Food Additives and Contaminants reached the following conclusions: MATTERS FOR ADOPTION BY THE 24TH SESSION OF THE CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION ... Forward several amendments to Table 3 (Additives with an Acceptable Daily Intake of ?Not Specified?) of the Codex General Standard for Food Additives (GSFA) to the Commission for final adoption at Step 5 of the Accelerated Procedure (para. 48) ... Forwarded several ...

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An Experimental and Clinical Research into Certain Problems Relati...

By: George Washington Crile
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A Practical Handbook of Medical Chemistry Applied to Clinical Rese...

By: William Houston Greene
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World Health Organization : Technical Report Series, No. 782: Moni...

By: M. J. Behbehani

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INTRODUCTION The WHO Expert Committee on Monitoring and Evaluation of Oral Health met at the Intercountry Centre for Oral Health (ICOH) in Chiang Mai, Thailand, from 8 to 14 December 1987. In reviewing the WHO Oral Health Programme, the Expert Committee noted its logic, breadth and innovatory approach, as well as its efforts to adapt to new situations and needs. The early emphasis of the Programme was on epidemiological methods and surveys, and on the development of the ...

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Clinical Investigations in Medical Research Guidance and Procedures

By: Department of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: This instruction implements AFPD 40-4, Clinical Investigation and Human Use in Medical Research. It provides guidance and procedures for conducting clinical investigations at medical treatment facilities (MTF), clinical investigation facilities (CIF), and other medical support centers. It establishes procedures for using human subjects as volunteers in scientific studies in the Medical Service. If you will be using animals in clinical investigations, refer to AF...

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Occurrence and Methods of Control of Chemical Contaminants in Foods

By: C. F. Jelinek

Government Reference Publication

Introduction: Incidents that release chemicals into the environment often occur as a result of human activities. Such chemicals, which include pesticides, other industrial chemical contaminants, metals, and radionuclides, can also enter food by accident or misuse during food handling or processing. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) programs for monitoring and controlling levels of contaminants in foods, the results the agency has obtained, and the steps being taken ...

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Clinical Research Nih Has Implemented Key Provisions of the Clinic...

By: General Accounting Office

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: Results in Brief 3 Background 5 Growth in NIH?s Spending on Clinical Research Has Kept Pace with Total Spending 8 NIH Has Taken Steps to Improve Its Peer Review of Clinical Research 12 NIH Has Increased Its Support and Scope of GCRCs 14 NIH Has Increased Its Support of Clinical Research Career Development and Training 16 NIH Has Established an Extramural Loan Repayment Program for Clinical Investigators 20 Conclusion 22 Recommendation for Executive Action 22 Age...

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Carcinogen Adducts as an Indicator for the Public Health Risks of ...

By: Bruce P. Dunn

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Introduction: The exposure of aquatic organisms to carcinogenic chemicals has long been recognized. Considerable attention has been paid to the possibility of cancer in aquatic species as a result of exposure to environmental contaminants (I). However, less attention has been paid to the direct public health consequences of eating carciwgen-wntaminated aquatic foodstuffs. Recently, the discovery of high tumor frequencies in certain wild fish populations has focused publi...

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Abstracts of Papers : Communicated to the Seventh International Co...

By: Interational Congress of Hygiene and Demography (7th; 1891; London, England)
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Epidemic/Epizootic West Nile Virus in the United States : Guidelin...

By: Richard M. Kinney, Ph. D.

Executive Summary: The epidemic/epizootic of West Nile (WN) virus in the northeastern United States in the summer and fall of 1999 was an unprecedented event, underscoring the ease with which emerging infectious pathogens can move into new geographic areas. The outbreak also raised the issue of the preparedness of many local, state and national public health agencies to deal with epidemics of vector-borne diseases in this country. Because it is unknown whether WN virus w...

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The Diseases of China : Their Causes, Conditions, And Prevalence, ...

By: Dudgeon, John Hepburn

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Public Health Gis News and Information

By: Environmental Protection Agency

Excerpt: A. General News and Training Opportunities: 1. Editor: In case you missed it, the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS) Winter Meeting was held in Washington, DC, February 10-11, 2005. It was officially a ?Congressional Breakfast?, conducted in the Hart Senate Office Building, and provided a timely forum for UCGIS presentations to interested congressional staffers. It included the following presentations: ?West Nile Virus: Eco-epidemio...

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Studies in Forensic Psychiatry

By: Glueck, Bernard, B. 1883; Washington Asylum Hospital (Washington, D. C.)
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Women and Heart Disease

By: Michele L. Casper

As the Nation’s Prevention Agency, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is committed to reducing the burden of heart disease – the leading cause of death and a major contributor to disability in the United States. Deaths from heart disease are largely preventable, and with targeted public health efforts we can alleviate much of the heavy burden of this disease. To meet this challenge, CDC works to closely monitor geographic and temporal trends in heart di...

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The State of the Oceans, Part 2 Delving Deeper

By: John Tibbetts

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Excerpt: The oceans, which cover 70% of the worlds surface, are the least explored and least understood ecosystems on the planet. Yet today scientists realize marine organisms are becoming increasingly important as sources for new medicines and medical devices. Oceans, moreover, are sensitive indicators of climate change and environmental health. Nevertheless, many ecosystems providing this wealth are being degraded at an alarming rate. Marine areas globally are threaten...

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Türkiyeniñ I Ictim' Crfysi : Volume 8

By: Turkey. Sihhat Ve Çtimai Muavenet Vekâleti
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Clinical Psychiatry : A Text-Book for Students and Physicians

By: Allen Ross Diefendorf, Emil Kraepelin
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