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Chuck Miller rellim at tulane.edu
Wed Jan 16 10:34:25 EST 2002


WHAT'S NEW ON CBR'S
ENVIRONMENTAL ESTROGENS AND OTHER HORMONES
WEB SITE

DECEMBER 2001

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Environmental Estrogens and Other Hormones Web Site
http://www.som.tulane.edu/ecme/eehome/

Center for Bioenvironmental Research at Tulane and Xavier
Universities
http://www.cbr.tulane.edu

Environmental Hormone 2002 Conference
October 17-19, New Orleans, LA
http://e.hormone.tulane.edu
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o ED NEWS   (Updated 15 January 02)
http://www.som.tulane.edu/ecme/eehome/newsviews/whatsnew/

-- News roundup
    -  e.hormone 2002: October 17-19
    -  Article examines cattle and hormones
    -  Air pollution linked to heart defects
    -  News briefs
        Progestin protects against ovarian cancer
        Estrogen and the brain

-- Journal Scan
    -  15 recent scientific papers of interest

-- Government actions
    -  US company sues Canada for banning lindane
    -  Federal Register actions
        Final workshop report on TEFs for fish and wildlife
        Pesticide cumulative risk assessment technical briefing
        Documents available: Cumulative risk assessment for the
        organophosphorous pesticides
        Diazinon: Requests for amendments and cancellations

-- Media review
    -  Groups petition EPA to ban wood preservatives, Press Release
    -  Scientists suggest arsenic study of children, InteliHealth
    -  Conflicting breast cancer studies create uncertainty, New York Times
    -  Low-dose atrazine study with similar field effects, Env. Sci. & Tech.

-- Books, reports, jobs, & more
    -  Book: Sexual Chemistry: A History of the Contraceptive Pill
    -  Resource: Abstracts-Symposium on the Role of Soy in Preventing and
          Treating Chronic Disease
    -  Book: Avian Effects Assessment, SETAC
   


o MEDIA COVERAGE   (Updated 11 January 02)
http://www.som.tulane.edu/ecme/eehome/sources/media/

-- 7 new articles listed



o UPCOMING CONFERENCES (Updated 14 January 02)
See http://www.som.tulane.edu/ecme/eehome/sources/conference for more
information about these and other meetings

--  21-24 Jan 02: Impacts of POPs and Mercury on Arctic Environments and
Humans, Tromso, Norway

--  29-30 Jan 02: Effective Risk Management of Endocrine Disrupting
Chemicals, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

-- 4-8 Feb 02: Joint International Seminar on Exposure and Effects,
Modelling in Environmental Toxicology, Antwerp, Belgium

-- 5-7 Feb 02: Environmental Stewardship: Promises and Uncertainties, New
Orleans, Louisiana, USA

-- 14-19 Feb 02: American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual
Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

-- 23-24 Feb 02: Ecological Consequences of Artificial Night Lighting, Los
Angeles, California, USA

-- 17-19 Oct 02: e.hormone 2002, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA


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Environmental Estrogens and Other Hormones (EEOH), part of the
Environmental Concepts Made Easy (ECME) web site, is an
educational service and an interactive forum where those
interested in environmental estrogens and other environmental
hormones can find accurate, timely information and contribute to
ongoing public debate.

To Drop: To be removed from this list, notify the web site manager at
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The Center for Bioenvironmental Research at Tulane and Xavier
Universities (CBR) maintains the ECME web site. CBR researchers
collaborate across disciplines, departments, and universities to
study and propose solutions to environmental problems. For
inquiries, visit the CBR web site at
http://www.cbr.tulane.edu, e-mail cbr at tcs.tulane.edu, or
phone (504) 585-6910.



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