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Gulf War and Health: Fuels, Combustion Products, and Propellants - Volume 3
Pyridostigmine bromide and long-term adverse health effects
Exposure to sarin at low doses insufficient to cause acute cholinergic signs and symptoms and subsequent long-term adverse health effects
Anthrax vaccination and long-term adverse health effects
Botulinum toxoid vaccination and long-term adverse health effects
Multiple vaccinations and long-term adverse health effects
Limited/Suggestive Evidence of No Association
Evidence is consistent in not showing a positive association between exposure to a specific agent and a specific health outcome after exposure of any magnitude. A conclusion of no association is inevitably limited to the conditions, magnitudes of exposure, and length of observation in the available studies. The possibility of a very small increase in risk after exposure studied cannot be excluded.
Exposure to uranium and lung cancer at cumulative internal dose levels lower than 200 mSv or 25 cGy
Uranium and clinically significant renal dysfunction
Consensus Not Reached on Category of Association
Tetrachloroethylene and dry-cleaning solvents and esophageal cancer
Trichloroethylene and colon cancer
Mixtures of benzene, toluene, and xylene and colon cancer
Tetrachloroethylene and dry-cleaning solvents and lung cancer
Trichloroethylene and cervical cancer
Solvents and kidney cancer
Benzene and solvents and brain and other central nervous system cancers
Parental preconception exposure to solvents and childhood leukemia
Organophosphorous insecticide exposure without OP poisoning and long-term neurobehavioral effects (that is, abnormal results on neurobehavioral test batteries and symptom findings)