Reduced fertility among female wood workers exposed to formaldehyde.

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BACKGROUND The aim of the study was to investigate whether exposure to formaldehyde, organic solvents or other chemicals in the wood-processing industry affects the fertility of women. METHODS For this purpose, a retrospective study on time to pregnancy was conducted among female wood workers who had given birth during 1985-1995. Data on pregnancy history… (More)

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@article{Taskinen1999ReducedFA, title={Reduced fertility among female wood workers exposed to formaldehyde.}, author={Helena Taskinen and P Pentti Kyyr{\"{o}nen and Markku Sallm{\'e}n and Simo V Virtanen and Tuula Liukkonen and O Huida and M L Lindbohm and Ahti Suo - Anttila}, journal={American journal of industrial medicine}, year={1999}, volume={36 1}, pages={206-12} }