Almost ten years after the start of the NINFEA project, the number of women who take part in the study is now over seven thousand (...)
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NewsYear: 2014Activity: Etiological epidemiology
The Third Conference organized by the “Bepi Ferro” asbestos victims Foundation, that took place in Padova on December, 4, aimed to examine progresses made in identification, early lung cancer diagnosis and health surveillance of former asbestos workers (...)
Barcelona, 18th January 2014.- The European population is increasingly exposed to new physical and chemical agents in the environment, some of which may be damaging to health. Among these, electromagnetic fields (EMF) are one of the most widespread, and their application in new technologies continues to grow, with novel uses being actively developed and commercialised. Although there is some concern among the public and public health professionals alike about possible health effects related to EMF, results of studies to date are inconsistent.