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Title: Differences in the carcinogenic evaluation of glyphosate between the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) and the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)
Authors: Portier, CJ
Armstrong, BK
Baguley, BC
Baur, X
Belyaev, I
Bellé, R
Belpoggi, F
Biggeri, A
Bosland, MC
Bruzzi, P
Budnik, LT
Bugge, MD
Burns, K
Calaf, GM
Carpenter, DO
Carpenter, HM
López-Carrillo, L
Clapp, R
Cocco, P
Consonni, D
Comba, P
Craft, E
Dalvie, MA
Davis, D
Demers, PA
De Roos, AJ
DeWitt, J
Forastiere, F
Freedman, JH
Fritschi, L
Gaus, C
Gohlke, JM
Goldberg, M
Greiser, E
Hansen, J
Hardell, L
Hauptmann, M
Huang, W
Huff, J
James, MO
Jameson, CW
Kortenkamp, A
Kopp-Schneider, A
Kromhout, H
Larramendy, ML
Landrigan, PJ
Lash, LH
Leszczynski, D
Lynch, CF
Magnani, C
Mandrioli, D
Martin, FL
Merler, E
Michelozzi, P
Miligi, L
Miller, AB
Mirabelli, D
Mirer, FE
Naidoo, S
Perry, MJ
Petronio, MG
Pirastu, R
Portier, RJ
Ramos, KS
Robertson, LW
Rodriguez, T
Röösli, M
Ross, MK
Roy, D
Rusyn, I
Saldiva, P
Sass, J
Savolainen, K
Scheepers, PTJ
Sergi, C
Silbergeld, EK
Smith, MT
Stewart, BW
Sutton, P
Tateo, F
Terracini, B
Thielmann, HW
Thomas, DB
Vainio, H
Vena, JE
Vineis, P
Weiderpass, E
Weisenburger, DD
Woodruff, TJ
Yorifuji, T
Yu, IJ
Zambon, P
Zeeb, H
Zhou, SF
Keywords: Carcinogenic evaluation;European Food Safety Authority;International Agency for Research on Cancer
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: BMJ Publishing Group
Citation: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 70: 741-745, (2016)
Abstract: The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Monographs Programme identifies chemicals, drugs, mixtures, occupational exposures, lifestyles and personal habits, and physical and biological agents that cause cancer in humans and has evaluated about 1000 agents since 1971. Monographs are written by ad hoc Working Groups (WGs) of international scientific experts over a period of about 12 months ending in an eight-day meeting. The WG evaluates all of the publicly available scientific information on each substance and, through a transparent and rigorous process,1 decides on the degree to which the scientific evidence supports that substance’s potential to cause or not cause cancer in humans.
URI: http://jech.bmj.com/content/70/8/741
http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/13348
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/jech-2015-207005
ISSN: 0143-005X
1470-2738
Appears in Collections:Dept of Life Sciences Research Papers

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