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Carcinogenicity Of Fluoro-edenite, Silicon Carbide Fibres And Whiskers, And Carbon Nanotubes.

Y. Grosse, D. Loomis, K. Guyton, B. Lauby-Secretan, F. El Ghissassi, V. Bouvard, L. Benbrahim-Tallaa, N. Guha, C. Scoccianti, Heidi Mattock, K. Straif
Published 2014 · Medicine

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