Béatrice Lauby-Secretan

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Monograph Working Group Members J Samet (USA)–Chair; P H N Saldiva (Brazil); M Brauer, G Chen, P White (Canada); W Huang (China); L E Knudsen, P Møller, O Raaschou-Nielsen (Denmark); U Heinrich (Germany); K Balakrishnan (unable to attend; India); F Forastiere (Italy); T Yorifuji (Japan); D H Phillips, P Vineis (UK); J Chow, D M DeMarini (unable to attend),(More)
Information on the causes of cancer at specific sites is important to cancer control planners, cancer researchers, cancer patients, and the general public. The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) Monograph series, which has classified human carcinogens for more than 40 years, recently completed a review to provide up-to-date information on(More)
In June 2012, an IARC Monographs Working Group reevaluated the carcinogenic hazards to humans of diesel and gasoline engine exhausts, and of some nitroarenes that are found in these emissions. Diesel engine exhaust was classified as “carcinogenic to humans” (Group 1) and gasoline engine exhaust as “possibly carcinogenic to humans” (Group 2B). The most(More)
Monograph Working Group Members V J Cogliano (USA)–Chair; K Aronson, H Tryphonas (Canada); Y L Guo (Taiwan, China); M Machala (Czech Republic); E C Bonefeld-Jørgensen, K Vorkamp (Denmark) J P Cravedi, B Le Bizec, J F Narbonne (France); H Esch (Germany); P Cocco, F Merletti (Italy); R Vermeulen (unable to attend; Netherlands); A Agudo (Spain); N Johansson(More)
To the Editor: The report from the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) (June 11 issue)1 does not represent expert consensus. The authors of reports that question breast-cancer screening and were published in major medical journals were not included in the panel. Reductions in breast-cancer–related mortality among young women never exposed to(More)