US NIH - Report on Carcinogens

Report on Carcinogens
The RoC is an informational scientific and public health document first ordered by Congress in 1978...

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The RoC is an informational scientific and public health document first ordered by Congress in 1978 that identifies and discusses agents, substances, mixtures, or exposure circumstances that may pose a hazard to human health by virtue of their carcinogenicity. The RoC is published biennially and serves as a meaningful and useful compilation of data on: The carcinogenicity (ability to cause cancer), genotoxicity (ability to damage genes), and biologic mechanisms (modes of action in the body) of the listed substance in humans and/or animals. The potential for human exposure to these substances. Federal regulations to limit exposures.

Agency
US Department of Health & Human Services - National Institutes of Health (US NIH)
Updated
2018-04-14
Website
ntp.niehs.nih.gov/pubhealth/roc/index.html
Hazards for Hazard List
Endpoint Hazard Rating and Description GS Score HPD C2C
Carcinogenicity
H
Known to be a human Carcinogen LT-1 Priority List Carcinogenicity (Red)
Carcinogenicity
H
Reasonably Anticipated to be Human Carcinogen LT-1 Priority List Carcinogenicity (Red)
Carcinogenicity
H
Known to be Human Carcinogen (respirable size - occupational setting) LT-1 Priority List Carcinogenicity (Red)
Carcinogenicity
H
Reasonably Anticipated to be Human Carcinogen (respirable size - occupational setting) LT-1 Priority List Carcinogenicity (Red)

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