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A case-control study in the relationship between exposure to 2,4-D and spontaneous abortions in humans



A case-control study in the relationship between exposure to 2,4-D and spontaneous abortions in humans



A case control study in the relationship between exposure to 2,4 D and spontaneous abortions in humans: 129



The possible association of 2,4-D with human spontaneous abortion was examined by means of a two-stage case-control study. In the first stage a base population in which approx. half the males are exposed to 2,4-D in the course of their work was identified via a brief postal questionnaire sent out to members of agricultural associations and employees of various industries.

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