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UPDATE: ENVIRONMENTAL ESTROGENS AND OTHER HORMONES WEB SITE

Chuck Miller rellim at tulane.edu
Tue Jan 7 14:27:50 EST 2003


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From: Wendy Hessler <w.hessler at cox.net>
Date: Tue, 07 Jan 2003 11:21:40 -0600
Subject: December 02: EEOH Web Site Update

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

December 2002

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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 2003 Conference
October, New Orleans, LA
http://e.hormone.tulane.edu
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o E.HORMONE COMMENTARY   (December 2002)
Chemical Mediation in Living Systems: Reflections from Fifty Years of
Research and Teaching, Howard A. Bern
http://e.hormone.tulane.edu/commentary-dec02.html


o ED NEWS   (Updated 6 January 2003)
http://www.som.tulane.edu/ecme/eehome/newsviews/whatsnew/

-- News roundup
    -  Groups ask EPA to change atrazine's registration documents

-- News briefs
    -  Dioxin at WTC
    -  Groups sue over CCA wood
    -  Phthalates may damage human sperm

-- Journal scan
    -  DDT triggers transcription without receptor
    -  Dioxin reduces immune factors

-- Government Action
    -  EPA seeks comments for first EDSP chemicals
    -  New Human Research Committee to meet
    -  Federal Register
          - Diazinon: Reopening comment period

-- Media review 
    -  Science News lists top stories of 2002
    -  Rachel's final on ED research

-- Books, reports, grants, & more
    -  Report: EDs in Fish: An Assessment of Recent Research and Results
    -  Report: Tenth Report on Carcinogens
    -  CD-ROM: EDC workshop summary



o MEDIA COVERAGE   (Updated 6 January 03)
http://www.som.tulane.edu/ecme/eehome/sources/media/

-- 12 new articles listed



o CONFERENCE KIOSK (Updated 23 December 02)
See http://www.som.tulane.edu/ecme/eehome/sources/conference for more
information about these and other meetings

-- 18-23 Jan 03:Molecular and Genetic Epidemiology of Cancer, Waikoloa,
Hawaii, USA

-- 24 Jan 03: Are endocrine active chemicals bad for your health?,
Cambridge, United Kingdom

-- 13-18 Feb 03: American Association for the Advancement of Science,
Denver, Colorado, USA

-- 9-13 Mar 03: Society of Toxicology, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

-- 17-18 Mar 03: Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals in the
Environment: What Does it Mean for Groundwater?, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

-- 19-21 Mar 03: Third Conference on Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine
Disrupting Chemicals in Water, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

-- 26-27 Mar 03: Managing Children's Risks: It Takes a Commitment,
Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA


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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.

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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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