Increased micronuclei in exfoliated bladder cells of individuals who chronically ingest arsenic-contaminated water in Nevada.


It is well established that inorganic arsenic is causally associated with lung cancer via inhalation and skin cancer via ingestion. Epidemiological evidence based on studies in Taiwan suggests that ingestion of inorganic arsenic may also cause other more fatal internal cancers, with the highest relative risks reported for bladder cancer. Here, we have used… (More)


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