Bibliografia Completa delle Fonti Relative alla Lettera Inviata al Ministro della Sanità, On. Livia Turco
pubblicato il 16/02/2013

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Valutazione dello stato di salute della popolazione residente nell’area di Coriano (Forlì)

001) EnhanceHealth_finale.pdf

 

Origin and Health Impacts of Emissions of Toxic By-Products and Fine Particles from Combustion and Thermal Treatment of Hazardous Wastes and Materials

01) S.A Cormier.pdf

 

Low level lead exposure and oxidative stress: Current opinions

02) Ahamed2007.pdf

 

Benzene-induced Cancers: Abridged History and Occupational Health Impact

04) Huff02.pdf

 

Chronic Arsenic Exposure and Cardiac Repolarization Abnormalities with QT Interval Prolongation in a Population-based Study

05) Mumford Jl 4.pdf

 

Molecular Mechanisms of the Diabetogenic Effects of Arsenic: Inhibition of Insulin Signaling by Arsenite and Methylarsonous Acid

06) David S Paul 5.pdf

 

New Aspects of Cadmium as Endocrine Disruptor

07)takiguchiabstract2006.pdf

 

Assessing Susceptibility from Early-Life Exposure to Carcinogens

08) Hugh A Barton.pdf

 

Unrecognized or Potential Risk Factors for Childhood Cancer

09) Van Larebeke2005.pdf

 

Inceneritori: non solo diossine e metalli pesanti, anche polveri fini e ultrafini

10) Linzalone Bianchi.pdf

 

Human exposure to heavy metals in the vicinity of Portuguese solid waste incinerators – Part 3: Biomonitoring of Pb in blood of children under the age of 6 years

11) reis2007_p3.pdf

 

Progetto Regionale PATOS: il PM10 in Toscana

12) Progetto Patos documento0002.pdf

12) pr_ev_2007_patos_abstract_workshop_26032007.pdf

12) pr_ev_2007_patos_presentazioni_workshop_26032007.pdf

 

Low-Level Environmental Lead Exposure and Children’s Intellectual Function: An International Pooled Analysis

13) Bruce P Lanphear.pdf

 

The Relationship between Early Childhood Blood Lead Levels and Performance on End-of-Grade Tests

14) Miranda ML.pdf

 

Public Health and Economic Consequences of Methyl Mercury Toxicity to the Developing Brain

15) Trasande L.pdf

 

Environmental Pollutants and Disease in American Children: Estimates of Morbidity, Mortality, and Costs for Lead Poisoning, Asthma, Cancer, and Developmental Disabilities

16) Landrigan PJ.pdf

 

The European Dioxin Air Emission Inventory Project – Final Results

17) Quass2004.pdf

 

Dioxin formation from waste incineration

18)Shibamoto T.doc

 

Dioxin Revisited: Developments Since the 1997 IARC Classification of Dioxin as a Human Carcinogen

19) Steenland K.pdf

 

Dioxin receptor is a ligand-dependent E3 ubiquitin ligase

20) Ohtake2007.pdf

 

The multitude and diversity of environmental carcinogens

21) Belpomme.pdf

 

Industry Influence on Occupational and Environmental Public Health

22) Huff2007.pdf

 

Comparison Bias and Dilution Effect in Occupational Cohort Studies

23) Parodi Gennaro IJOEH_1302_.pdf

 

Effects of dioxin on metabolism of estrogens in waste incinerator workers

24) Yoshida J.doc

 

Twinning in human populations and in cattle exposed to air pollution from incinerators

25) Lloydd.doc

 

Low sex ratios of births in areas at risk from air pollution from incinerators, as shown by geographical analysis and 3-dimensional mapping

26) Williams FL et al 1992 Int J Epidemiol.doc

 

Risk of congenital anomalies near hazardous-waste landfill sites in Europe: the EUROHAZCON study

27) Dolk1998.pdf

 

Open chemical combustions resulting in a local increased incidence of orofacial clefts

28) Tusscher GW Chemosphere 2000.pdf

 

Renal function, cytogenetic measurements, and sexual development in adolescents in relation to environmental pollutants: a feasibility study of biomarkers

29) Staessen2001.pdf

 

Relationship between distance of schools from the nearest municipal waste incineration plant and child health in Japan

30) Miyake.pdf

 

Health effects of exposure to waste incinerator emissions: a review of epidemiological studies

31) FranchiniAnn.Ist.Sup.San.2004.pdf

 

Etude d’incidence des cancers à proximité des usines d’incinération d’ordures ménagères

32) Etude d'incidence des cancers.pdf

 

Exposure to Solvents and Risk of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma: Clues on Putative Mechanisms

33) Vineis2007.pdf

 

Dioxin emissions from a solid waste incinerator and risk of non-Hodgkin lymphoma

34) Floret.doc

 

A municipal solid waste incinerator as the single dominant point source of PCDD/Fs in an area of increased non-Hodgkin's lymphoma incidence

35) Floret 2007.doc

 

Mortality for non-Hodgkin lymphoma and soft-tissue sarcoma in the surrounding area of an urban waste incinerator. Campi Bisenzio (Tuscany, Italy) 1981-2001

36) Biggeri A 2005. Campi Bisenzio, Epidemiol Prev.doc

 

A study on mortality around six municipal solid waste landfills in Tuscany Region

37) Minichilli.doc

 

Mortalità per linfomi non Hodgkin nel periodo 1981-2001 in comuni italiani con inceneritori di rifiuti solidi urbani

38)Linfomi NH. Bianchi.pdf

 

Mortalità per linfomi non Hodgkin nel periodo 1981-2001 in comuni italiani con inceneritori di rifiuti solidi urbani

39) pope2002.pdf

 

Air pollution and risk of lung cancer in a prospective study in Europe

40) vineis2006.pdf

 

Comparison of epidemiologic methods in a case-control study of lung cancer and air pollution in Trieste, Italy

41) Barbone F.doc

 

Air Pollution and Lung Cancer in Trieste, Italy: Spatial Analysis of Risk as a Function of Distance from Sources

42) Biggeri.pdf

 

Geographical patterns and time trends of cancer incidence and survival among children and adolescents in Europe since the 1970s (the ACCIS project): an epidemiological study

43) Steliarova-Foucher2004.pdf

 

Trends in childhood cancer incidence in Europe, 1970–99

44) Steliarova-Foucher2005.pdf

 

Assessment of trends in childhood cancer incidence

45) Adamson2005.pdf

 

Hazard proximities of childhood cancers in Great Britain from 1953-80

46) Knox EG.doc

 

Geographical distribution of birth places of children with cancer in the UK

47) Gilman.doc

 

Geographical distribution of birth places of children with cancer in the UK

48) Knox.pdf

 

Childhood cancers and atmospheric carcinogens

49) Childhood cancers and atmospheric carcinogens.pdf

 

Soft-Tissue Sarcoma and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Clusters around a Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator with High Dioxin Emission Levels

50) Viel.pdf

 

Risk of soft tissues sarcomas and residence in the neighbourhood of an incinerator of industrial wastes

51) OccEnMed-Comba-risk-etc.pdf

 

Sarcoma risk and dioxin emissions from incinerators and industrial plants: a population-based case-control study (Italy)

52) Zambon.pdf

 

Report finale Progetto Europeo "Enhance Health"

53)relazione_enhance_health.pdf

 

Il cancro in Italia 1993 - 1998 (uomini)

54) incidenza uomini 93-98 documento0007.pdf

 

Il cancro in Italia 1993 - 1998 (donne)

54)incidenza donne 93-98 documento0009.pdf

 

INCIDENZA, tassi standardizzati sulla popolazione italiana, censimento 1981

54)incidenza maschi e femmine 98-2002documento0006.pdf

 

Environmental Exposures and Gene Regulation in Disease Etiology

55) Edwards.pdf

 

A Silent Pandemic: Industrial Chemicals Are Impairing the Brain Development of Children Worldwide

56) Pandemia Silenziosa.doc

 

Diossine nel latte conferito alla Centrale di Brescia

DiossineLatte.pdf

 

 


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