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The topic for this unit was the classification of carcinogens by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC). For this assignment, pick a group 1 carcinogen from the IARC. Find at least five peer-reviewed journal articles that support the relationship between the carcinogen and the cancer that it causes.
Some suggested topics might be
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benzene and leukemia,
crystalline silica dust and lung cancer, or
vinyl chloride and liver cancer.
The Business Source Complete database is a good source of journals for safety-related articles from the CSU Online Library. The Literature Review must include the following components:
an introduction of your topic of choice (include some background information on the origins of exposure and cancer),
the methods used to search for the articles,
the results of the articles,
a discussion and conclusion with your own opinion, and.
APA references and in-text citations for the article.
The literature review must be three to four pages in length and follow APA formatting.
Sahmel, J., Unice, K., Scott, P., Cowan, D., & Paustenbach, D. (2009). The Use of Multizone Models to Estimate an Airborne Chemical Contaminant Generation and Decay Profile: Occupational Exposures of Hairdressers to Vinyl Chloride in Hairspray During the 1960s and 1970s. Risk Analysis: An International Journal, 29(12), 1699-1725. doi:10.1111/j.1539-6924.2009.01311.x
COHRSSEN, J. J., & MILLER, H. I. (2015). STUNTED HARVEST. Regulation, 38(4), 22-25.
Occupational Exposure to Respirable Crystalline Silica. (cover story). (2017). Industrial Safety & Hygiene News, 51(1), 45.