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Possible Contribution from Epidemiological Studies
E. Cuyler Hammond, Wei-cheng You and Long-de Wang
Environmental Health Perspectives
Vol. 48 (Feb., 1983), pp. 107-111
Published by: The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3429462
Page Count: 5
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The problem of chemically contaminated water supplies are in general terms followed by a description of three examples of water supply problems in China. A large-scale prospective epidemiological study, now in the early planning stages, to be carried out in China is also described.
Environmental Health Perspectives © 1983 The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences