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Optional information allowed includes identification of risk factors for development of cancer. Alcohol consumption is one of the risk factors that FDA lists. 78). KNOWN TO BE A HUMAN CARCINOGEN NINTH REPORT ON CARCINOGENS 4-AMINOBIPHENYL (4-AMINODIPHENYL) CAS No. 7, 1987). The extent of urinary bladder cancer risk associated with exposure to 4-aminobiphenyl was first documented by a descriptive study in which 19 of 171 men exposed to the compound developed urinary bladder tumors. In another survey of cancer mortality among workers at a chemical plant producing a variety of chemicals, a tenfold increase in mortality from urinary bladder cancer was reported.

23, 1980). 4 million lb for the past four years (Edelstein, 1997). In 1985, the sole domestic producer of arsenic ceased operation, resulting in the United States becoming completely dependent upon foreign suppliers. This dependency is anticipated to continue indefinitely (USDOI, 1988). Arsenic trioxide is imported and then converted to arsenic acid by three major companies, one headquartered in the United States and two headquartered in the United Kingdom. Imports of arsenic acid, therefore, have seen a decline in recent years.

High-purity arsenic metal is used in the electronics industry for semiconductor materials. There is no present commercial use for potassium arsenate, although it has been used in fly baits, hide preservation, and textile printing and as a lab reagent. 23, 1980). 4 million lb for the past four years (Edelstein, 1997). In 1985, the sole domestic producer of arsenic ceased operation, resulting in the United States becoming completely dependent upon foreign suppliers. This dependency is anticipated to continue indefinitely (USDOI, 1988).

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