Emerging epidemics of arseniasis in Asia

CJ Chen, LI Hsu, CH Tseng, YM Hsueh, HY Chiou

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Abstract

The Society of Environmental Geochemistry and Health (SEGH) Third International Conference on Arsenic Exposure and Health Effects was held from July 12-15, 1998 in San Diego, California. Several outstanding papers and posters generated lively discussion and debate not only about scientific issues but also about policy and regulatory issues. While developed countries are considering spending perhaps billions of dollars per year to reach concentrations of 10 micrograms per liter or less, countries like Bangladesh, India and China are trying to deal with much more severe, epidemic scale, arsenic.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationArsenic exposure and Health Effects III
Pages113-121
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 1999

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Chen, CJ., Hsu, LI., Tseng, CH., Hsueh, YM., & Chiou, HY. (1999). Emerging epidemics of arseniasis in Asia. In Arsenic exposure and Health Effects III (pp. 113-121)

Emerging epidemics of arseniasis in Asia. / Chen, CJ; Hsu, LI; Tseng, CH; Hsueh, YM; Chiou, HY.

Arsenic exposure and Health Effects III. 1999. p. 113-121.

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Chen, CJ, Hsu, LI, Tseng, CH, Hsueh, YM & Chiou, HY 1999, Emerging epidemics of arseniasis in Asia. in Arsenic exposure and Health Effects III. pp. 113-121.
Chen CJ, Hsu LI, Tseng CH, Hsueh YM, Chiou HY. Emerging epidemics of arseniasis in Asia. In Arsenic exposure and Health Effects III. 1999. p. 113-121
Chen, CJ ; Hsu, LI ; Tseng, CH ; Hsueh, YM ; Chiou, HY. / Emerging epidemics of arseniasis in Asia. Arsenic exposure and Health Effects III. 1999. pp. 113-121
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