Workshop 6 . 2 Hormonally active agents and plausible relationships to adverse effects on human health *

Abstract

A hormonally active compound was first identified in the book Silent Spring by Rachel Carson in 1962, implicating the effect of pesticides such as DDT and the derivatives. Nearly four decades later, the book Our Stolen Future by Theo Colborn et al., and other pertinent publications have revisited and broadened the issue regarding a variety of possible… (More)

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