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Bladder Cancer and Water Disinfection By-product Exposures through Multiple Routes: A Population-Based Case–Control Study (New England, USA)

07:22 EDT 21 Jun 2017 | NIH

Introduction Disinfection by-products (DBPs) are formed when organic constituents in source water react with chlorine or other disinfecting agents. Trihalomethanes (THMs), the most common of the DBPs, were first discovered in the 1970s (Bellar and Lichtenberg 1974; Rook 1974), and hundreds of DBP species have been identified since. The by-products formed when water is treated […]

Original Article: Bladder Cancer and Water Disinfection By-product Exposures through Multiple Routes: A Population-Based Case–Control Study (New England, USA)

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