Reproductive and developmental effects of occupational pesticide exposure: the epidemiologic evidence.

@article{Sever1997ReproductiveAD,
  title={Reproductive and developmental effects of occupational pesticide exposure: the epidemiologic evidence.},
  author={Lowell E. Sever and Tye E. Arbuckle and A. H. Sweeney},
  journal={Occupational medicine},
  year={1997},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={305-25}
}
There is increasing evidence for reproductive and developmental effects of both maternal and paternal pesticide exposures. Here is a summary of the epidemiologic data, culled from studies in humans, with significant attention to Agent Orange.