BP Amoco Cancer Study Inconclusive

Orshal, Jody
August 1999
Chemical Week;8/18/1999, Vol. 161 Issue 31, p17
Trade Publication
Reports that an investigation funded by BP Amoco has found that there is no correlation between work exposure and benign brain tumors at BP Amoco's research facility in Naperville, Illinois.


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