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Volume 24, Issue 2, Pages 1-40, March-April 2017Journal of Chemical Health and Safety 
Volume 24, Issue 2, Pages 1-40, March-April 2017 

Page i 
Editorial Board    
Page ii 
Pride, but not hubris    
Page 1 
Harry J. Elston 
A glove-likeability study of specially-treated gloves in the detonator manufacturing and packaging industry    Original Research Article 
Pages 2-5 
Michael E. Cournoyer, Cindy M. Lawton, James B. Lounsbury, Mark A. Armijo 
Microneedle drug delivery systems: Appraising opportunities for improving safety and assessing areas of concern    Original Research Article 
Pages 6-14 
Martha Chege, Aaron McConville, James Davis 
An exposure assessment of desktop 3D printing    Original Research Article 
Pages 15-25 
Tracy L. Zontek, Burton R. Ogle, John T. Jankovic, Scott M. Hollenbeck 
Study on exposing supported copper compounds to acetylene    Original Research Article 
Pages 26-33 
Jimmie C. Oxley, James L. Smith, F. Lucus Steinkamp, Jayant Gorawara, Vlado Kanazirev 
A sensible approach to workplace drug testing for cannabis    Original Research Article 
Pages 34-38 
Russell Phifer 
Pages 39-40 
Guide for Authors    
Pages I-II 

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