Teratogen Exposure Registry and Surveillance

The Teratogen Exposure Registry and Surveillance (TERAS) is a network of geneticists and pathologists studying human embryos and fetuses exposed to teratogens. TERAS maintains information networks for consultation and evaluations.

Teratogen Exposure Registry and Surveillance

Department of Pathology

Brigham and Women's Hospital

75 Francis Street

Boston, MA

(617) 732-6507

World Watch Institute

The WorldWatch Institute is a research organization that aims to encourage a reflective and deliberate approach to global problem-solving. The Institute seeks to anticipate global problems and social trends and to focus attention on emerging global issues, including population growth, family planning, environmental degradation, and renewable energy options.

WorldWatch Institute

1776 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.

Washington, DC 20036

(202) 452-1999

SELECTED TOPICAL RESOURCES

AIR POLLUTION

American Lung Association

(212) 315-8700

EPA Clean Air Act

(202) 382-7548

ART SUPPLIES

Center for Safety in the Arts

(212) 277-6220

ASBESTOS

EPA Asbestos Programs

(800) 368-5888

CANCER INFORMATION

National Cancer Institute

(800) 4-CANCER

EPA Carcinogen Assessment Group

(202) 382-5898



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