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NANOTECHNOLOGY AND HUMAN HEALTH: SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE AND RISK GOVERNANCE
M. Martuzzi, S. Hansen, Khara Grieger
Published 2011 · Business, Political Science
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Background: At the Fifth European Ministerial Conference of Environment and Health of 2010, the health implications of nanotechnology were listed among the key EH challenges in Europe. Besides the ...
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