Date: Wed, 26 Oct 2005 15:50:27 -0400
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From: Jay Young <chemcon**At_Symbol_Here**JUNO.COM>
Subject: Re: Lists of Reproductive Hazards and Acutely Toxic Substances
Comments: To: miller22**At_Symbol_Here**LLNL.GOV
Perhaps this will be helpful:

Some substances that in fact are reproductive toxins are not yet
recognized as such. For the best readily available and up-to-date
information, refer to "DART/ETIC". See the TOXNET home page at and click on "Toxicology search". Note that some of
the data in DART/ETIC have not been peer-reviewed. See also Linda M.
Frazier and Marvin L. Hage, Reproductive Hazards of the Workplace, Wiley,
1998 and T.H. Shepard, Catalog of Teratogenic Agents, Johns Hopkins
University Press, 9th Edition, 1998
Jay Young

On Wed, 19 Oct 2005 08:15:07 -0700 Gordon Miller 
> Has anybody revised their lists of these recently? The reason is 
> obvious, to meet CHP requirements.
> I wonder if anyone is or is considering updating these lists on an 
> ongoing basis. Having 500 CHOs chasing this around is not very 
> prudent.

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