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Possible human carcinogenic exposure -- Carbon tetrachloride

Possible human carcinogenic exposure -- Carbon tetrachloride: Introduction

Possible human carcinogenic exposure -- Carbon tetrachloride: Some evidence indicates that exposure to Carbon tetrachloride has a possible link to an increased risk of developing cancer in humans. The carcinogenicity of the substance may be influenced by the duration and level of exposure. Carbon tetrachloride is used in a variety of applications such as in cleaning agents, refrigerants and fire extinguishers. Exposure to the chemical is most likely to occur in an occupational setting or through exposure to contaminated air, water or soil near manufacturing plants or waste sites. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Possible human carcinogenic exposure -- Carbon tetrachloride is available below.

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Treatments for Possible human carcinogenic exposure -- Carbon tetrachloride

  • Avoidance of exposure to carcinogen including appropriate legislation to control exposure, and appropriate workplace procedures to ensure avoidance of exposure in industrial settings
  • Acute first aid and medical management following accidental exposure
  • Ongoing surveillance for cancer following exposure dependant upon type of carcinogen, degree of exposure, and likely type of cancer resulting from exposure
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