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Presentations at ICCM3

ICCM3 Technical Briefing on Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)

Presentation of the UNEP proposal for a cooperative project on EDCs - Agneta Sundén Byléhn, UNEP / DTIE Chemicals Branch

Endocrine disruption and disruptors - Dr Ake Bergman, Stockholm University, Sweden

Adverse effects - Dr Susan Jobling, Brunel University, London, UK

Exposure to EDCs - Dr Karen Kidd, University of New Brunswick, Canada

Developing country experience - Dr Riana Bornman, University of Pretoria, South Africa

ICCM3 Side-event on recent and on-going efforts

EDCs and human health – Dr. Andreas Kortenkamp, Brunel University, UK

EDCs and early development: WHO publication on possible developmental effects of endocrine disruptors on child health (supported by NIEHS) - Dr Jorma Toppari, University of Turku, Finland
SEE ALSO: Related WHO publication
Endocrine disrupters and child health - Possible developmental early effects of endocrine disrupters on child health

Endocrine disruptors and wildlife health - Dr Susan Jobling, Brunel University, London, UK

Exposure to known and potential EDCs – developments over a decade - Dr Karen Kidd, University of New Brunswick, Canada

Summing up of further needs - Dr Ake Bergman, Stockholm University, Sweden

 
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