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  • 1,3-Butadiene (BD) is a known rodent and probable human carcinogen (IARC, group 2A) or 'known to be a human carcinogen' (Department of Health and Human Services, 2000) [2].
  • Questionnaires were mailed to a one-third random sample of 1,500 graduates from 1981-1992 who currently reside in U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Region IX [3].
  • National and international societies have issued guidelines on the management of heart failure: The European Society of Cardiology, WHO, ACC/AHA Task Force Report, US Department of Health and Human Services, German Society of Cardiology. The therapeutic approaches to heart failure have undergone considerable changes during the last few years [4].
  • Overall, these studies demonstrated that individuals exposed to cocaine smoke under naturalistic or artificial conditions absorbed small amounts of cocaine that were insufficient to produce positive urine specimens at standard Department of Health and Human Services cutoffs [5].
  • Positive consent procedures outlined by regulations for the protection of human subjects (Department of Health and Human Services. Code of Federal Regulations, Part 46: Protection of Human Subjects. #45 CFR 46, 1983) require parental permission for minors to participate in a research project [6].

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