One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Early reports suggesting an increased risk of carcinogenicity, especially lymphoma, have not been borne out in subsequent studies.’
- ‘Conclusions regarding carcinogenicity in humans or experimental animals are based on expert, scientific judgment, with consideration given to all relevant information.’
- ‘Teratogenicity and carcinogenicity can result from biochemical toxicity.’
- ‘Arsenic is a known human carcinogen in adults, yet its carcinogenicity in children remains uninvestigated.’
- ‘Long term animal studies with both natural and enriched uranium had negative (nine studies) or equivocal (three studies) results for carcinogenicity.’
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