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This 2005 file on cancer causing agents (RoC) is an informational clinical and public health and wellbeing record that identifies and discusses brokers, ingredients, combinations, or publicity conditions which may pose a danger to human future health by means of advantage in their carcinogenicity. It serves as a significant and helpful compilation of information on (1) The carcinogenicity (ability to reason cancer), genotoxicity (ability to break genes), and biologic mechanisms (modes of motion within the physique) of the indexed ingredients in people and/or in animals, (2) the possibility of human publicity to those ingredients, and (3) Federal rules to restrict exposures.
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Last accessed: 2/23/04. Williams, G. , F. A. Stinson, S. L. Stewart and M. C. Dufour. 1995. Apparent per capita alcohol consumption; national, state and regional trends, 1977-92. Rockville, MD: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Division of Biometry and Epidemiology, Alcohol Epidemiologic Data System. REPORT ON CARCINOGENS, ELEVENTH EDITION SUBSTANCE PROFILES 2-Aminoanthraquinone CAS No. 117-79-3 Reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen First Listed in the Third Annual Report on Carcinogens (1983) O made no estimate of the potential occupational exposure to 2aminoanthraquinone alone, but estimated that 6,400 workers have possibly been exposed to anthraquinone dyes (NIOSH 1976).