The cases of Dolsky in Odessa, and of Leturier in Montpellier, will occur at once to any toxicologist
Many of those patients were seen by Gary Ordog, an environmental toxicologist
at Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, who drew the link between the portables and the health problems.
The doses used in the new experiments are much higher and shorter-term than those that people typically experience, says organophosphate toxicologist
Subramanya Karanth of Oklahoma State University in Stillwell.
James Huff, an internationally recognized expert in chemical carcinogenesis, is the 2002 recipient of the David P.
Saugus Union School District officials said they acted as soon as they learned a private toxicologist
had linked high levels of chemicals found in a 10-year-old's blood and urine to the chemical in the materials used to manufacture the classroom.
There's more to it than genes alone," says George Lambert, a pediatrician and toxicologist
who heads the New Jersey center.
IF the parents of Santa Clarita children and a local toxicologist
can figure out that portable classrooms are making children sick, why can't the state Department of Health or the county Health Department?
The new study "makes clear the potential for [antibiotic] exposure via inhalation," says pulmonary toxicologist
Peter Thorne of the University of Iowa in Iowa City.
Peter Abbott, principal toxicologist
for the authority, says, "A guiding principle was that a maximum level would only be established where it serves an effective risk management function.
Hexavalent chromium is a known cancer-causing agent when inhaled, so scientists assume it can cause cancer if ingested through drinking water, said Kimiko Klein, a toxicologist
with the California Environmental Protection Agency.