Published November 1972
by Stationery Office Books .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
DIANA B. PETITTI. For many years, studies in animals have been used to evaluate the carcinogenicity of various chemicals, including drugs. The effect of chemicals on the . carcinogenicity assessments, and how we have progressed to our current standards and protocols to ensure safe use of drug products in human populations. Keywords carcinogenicity . Early efforts to develop standardized carcinogenicity protocols were begun in the s, when NCI scientists John and Elizabeth Weisburger began revising standardized Cited by: At least million American women use oral contraceptives (OCs). The potential connection with breast cancer has caused concern among these OC users and uncertainty among many .
Cervical cancer: Women who have used oral contraceptives for 5 or more years have a higher risk of cervical cancer than women who have never used oral contraceptives. The longer a . Drug interference with laboratory tests: oral contraceptives. Sher PP. PIP: Changes in serum protein levels are produced by oral contraceptives. They reflect hepatic synthesis of proteins. Cited by: 3. To the Editor.— The development of neoplasms of the liver in women using oral contraceptives 1 could have been anticipated had results of tests in animals received more Cited by: 3. An Assessment of the Toxicological and Carcinogenic Hazards of Contraceptive Steroids. Authors; Authors and affiliations Carcinogenicity Tests of Oral Contraceptives. H.M. Cited by: 3.
The Working Group concluded that combined oral contraceptives alter the risk of several common cancers in women. They increase a woman’s risk of cervical cancer, breast . on oral contraceptives should eat a well-balanced variety of foods that are good sources of vitamins and minerals. Vitamins Vitamin B-6 Many studies indicate that B-6 metabolism is File Size: KB. 1. Author(s): Great Britain. Committee on Safety of Medicines. Title(s): Carcinogenicity tests of oral contraceptives; a report. Country of Publication: England. Oral Contraceptives and the Occurrence of Disease: Clinical Overview Contraceptive Steroids and Carcinogenicity. Front Matter. Pages PDF. Steroids and Carcinogenesis. .