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Endocrine Disrupters: Are Synthetic Hormones Causing Environmental Chaos?
Information from the Why Files about the endocrine system, effects of pesticides/PCBs/dioxins on
wildlife and people, and prospects for action to resolve this concern.

http://whyfiles.org/045env_hormone/
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Coalition Opposed to PCB Ash in Monroe County, Indiana
Provides information concerning the problem related to PCB hazardous waste incinerator and
landfill. Links to resources and research.

http://www.copa.org/
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The Information Site on Endocrine Modulation
This conservative, industry/government funded site provides very cautious interpretations of
scientific findings about endocrine disruption.

http://www.emcom.ca/welcome/index.shtml
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e2screen
Detection systems for estrogens and endocrine disrupters. Links to resources.
http://www.e2screen.com/
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New Studies Confirm Dangers of Atrazine, a Widely Used Agricultural Weed-Killer
NRDC website describes research suggesting the atrazine is a carcinogen and causes sexual
abnormalities in male frogs.

http://www.nrdc.org/health/pesticides/natrazine.asp
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Dioxin Threat
A report on the technical and social implications of dioxin.
http://dioxinthreat.tripod.com/
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OECD Endocrine Disruptors Assessment
Part of the OECD Test Guidelines Programme, focused on reaching international agreement on the
testing and assessment of chemicals with respect to their endocrine disrupting potential.

http://www.oecd.org/EN/document/0,,EN-document-524-14-no-24-6685-524,00.html
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Weed Killer Deforms Sex Organs in Frogs, Study Finds
New York Times report on University of California study that found that male frogs exposed to very
low doses of atrazine are deficient in testosterone and can develop multiple sex organs.

http://www.nytimes.com/2002/04/17/science/17FROG.html
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Thymus Atrophy
Abstract of study that investigated whether TCDD triggers apoptosis in thymocytes.
http://hem.passagen.se/cnyland/thymus.html
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The Dioxin Home Page
Personal home page by Lewis A. Shadoff, Ph.D., discusses dioxins, furans, and similar toxic
substances, including what they are and where they are found.

http://www.websorcerer.com/Dioxin/index.html
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Phthalates and Human Health: Demystifying the Risks of Plastic-softening Chemicals
Discusses human health concerns and public health benefits related to plasticizers, which are
chemicals used to soften normally-rigid PVC, or polyvinyl chloride plastics.

http://www.rppi.org/peg2.html
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National Toxicology Program Center for the Evaluation of Risks to Human Reproduction (CERHR)
Resource for the latest information about potentially hazardous effects of chemicals on human
reproduction and development.

http://cerhr.niehs.nih.gov/
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PCB-Manufacturers Will Have to Pay
Friends of The Earth Norway provides basic information about polychlorinated biphenyls and how to
identify the sources of PCBs in the local environment. Includes information about PCB-containing
products, polluted sites, waste handling, manufacturer liability, and other topics.

http://www.naturvern.no/gift
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PCB Home Page at EPA
Provides information on Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB's). Background, resources and links to many
topics.

http://www.epa.gov/opptintr/pcb/
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Fox River Watch
Provides information on the PCB pollution of the Fox River, Green Bay, Wisconsin and Lake Michigan
including research on PCBs, history, health effects, toxicity, sediment remediation, dredging,
cleanup, and politics.

http://www.foxriverwatch.com/
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Endocrine Disrupting Substances
Fact sheets, research agenda, and action strategies from Environment Canada.
http://www.cciw.ca/nwri/issues/eds/intro.html
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Dioxin Facts
Chlorine Chemistry Council provides information regarding dioxins, their release into the
environment, and their effects on human health.

http://www.dioxinfacts.org/
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Our Stolen Future
Provides updates about endocrine disruption created by man-made chemical contaminants that
interfere with hormones in humans and wildlife.

http://www.ourstolenfuture.org/
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Endocrine Disruptors Low-Dose Peer Review
Report evaluating the low dose effects and dose response relationships for endocrine disrupting
chemicals in mammalian species that relate to human health.

http://ntp-server.niehs.nih.gov/htdocs/liason/LowDoseWebPage.html
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e.hormone: At the Cutting Edge of Endocrine Disruptor Research.
Provide information about: upcoming conferences, the latest in research techniques and results,
commentaries from distinguished scholars in the field, links to related news and stories.

http://e.hormone.tulane.edu/
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Teens Before Their Time
With budding breasts and pubic hair, girls are developing earlier than ever. What's causing it? And
what are the psychological effects? Time Magazine.

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,58388-1,00.html
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International POPs Elimination Network
IPEN works for the global elimination of persistent organic pollutants. Information on PCBs
(polychlorinated biphenyls) including health effects, international, national and local policy
efforts, elimination technology, and links to further research and resources.

http://www.ipen.org/
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Endocrine/Estrogen Letter
Newsletter and comprehensive set of endocrine disrupter links.
http://www.eeletter.com
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Fertility on the Brink: The Legacy of the Chemical Age
National Wildlife Federation report -- discusses scientific studies showing that hormone-imitating
chemicals are building up in animals and humans and disrupting
reproduction, immunity, behavior, and metabolism.

http://www.nwf.org/watersheds/fertility/index.html
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Öko-Recherche
Analyses of material flows of chemicals in the environment, including endocrine-disrupting
industrial chemicals.

http://www.oekorecherche.de/english.html
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Introduction to Hormone Disrupting Chemicals
An introduction to the effects of hormone disrupting chemicals on man and the environment, and the
response of governments and industry to this problem. Written for anyone interested in the subject.
Includes internet links and other references.

http://website.lineone.net/~mwarhurst
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Environmental Toxins and Reproductive Health -- About.com
Information and internet links related to the reproductive effects of dioxins and other
environmental toxins.

http://womenshealth.about.com/library/weekly/aa061599.htm
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Endocrine Disrupting Substances in the Environment
Canadian Environmental Corps offers PDF file on this subject.
http://www.ec.gc.ca/eds/fact/index.htm
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Hormonally Active Agents in the Environment
1999 National Academy of Sciences report (1) examines the science behind the ominous prospect of
"estrogen mimics" threatening health and well-being and (2) identifies
research needs. Purchase book or read it online.

http://www.nap.edu/catalog/6029.html
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WWF Endocrine Disruptor Information
Papers and speeches on how hormone disruptors interfere with bio-chemical processes, and a
suspected list of hormone disruptors.

http://www.pmac.net/theos.htm
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Endocrine Disruptors Research Initiative
Describes the coordination of U.S. federal government efforts to examine the hypothesis that there
are chemicals present in the environment of humans and wildlife that, by virtue of their ability to
interact with endocrine systems, are causing a variety of adverse health effects.

http://www.epa.gov/endocrine/
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Hormone Deception
Information by D. Lindsey Berkson explaining what hormone disruptors are and their possible effects
in the human body; steps to reduce exposure and protect families.

http://www.hormonedeception.com
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