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NTP: National Toxicology Program
NTP is one of your most trusted sources when it comes to information about toxic chemicals or potential carcinogens.
If you are authoring an MSDS or have extreme techincal interest, you can download NTP Study Data directly from their web site (this data is very technical and of limited use to the general public).
- See the links listed under toxic.
- The Society of Toxicology studies the adverse effects of chemical, physical or biological agents on living organisms and the ecosystem and how to mitigate/prevent them.
- TOXNET is the National Institutes of Health's searchable database on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, and related areas.
- The US Department of Health & Human Services has an Environmental Health & Toxicology information service with articles about drugs, dietary supplments, chemicals and you, emergency response, tutorials and more.
- Poisoning, Toxicology, Environmental Health Topics at the NIH's Medline Plus.
- The International Programme on Chemical Safety a joint program of ILO, UNEP and WHO, is devoted to chemical safety.
- The American College of Medical Toxicology has forums, courses and more.
- The American Academy of Clinical Toxicology advances research, education, prevention, and treatment of disease caused by chemicals, drugs and toxins.
- Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology.
- Society of Toxicology
See also: ATSDR, Biolgical oxygen demand, carcinogen, teratogen, toxic.
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