Politics and the Life Sciences

Politics and the Life Sciences

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Recent attempts by OSHA to regulate substances on the basis of their effects on reproductive and fetal health have been unsuccessful. ... disulfide, chloro- prene, DBCP, ethylene oxide, lead, and mercury) may result in fetal toxicity and/or male and female reproductive toxicity. ... fetal harm is compounded by its refusal to require that employers label substances that may cause reproductive or fetal toxicity.

Title:Politics and the Life Sciences
Publisher: - 1993

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