Environmental endocrine modulators and human health: an assessment of the biological evidence.

@article{Golden1998EnvironmentalEM,
  title={Environmental endocrine modulators and human health: an assessment of the biological evidence.},
  author={Robert J. Golden and Kenneth L. Noller and Linda T Titus-Ernstoff and Raymond H. Kaufman and Robert Mittendorf and Richard Stillman and Edmund Arthur Reese},
  journal={Critical reviews in toxicology},
  year={1998},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={109-227}
}
Recently, a great deal of attention and interest has been directed toward the hypothesis that exposure, particularly in utero exposure, to certain environmental chemicals might be capable of causing a spectrum of adverse effects as a result of endocrine modulation. In particular, the hypothesis has focused on the idea that certain organochlorine and other compounds acting as weak estrogens have the capability, either alone or in combination, to produce a variety of adverse effects, including… CONTINUE READING
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