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2012


IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans

VOLUME 105: DIESEL AND GASOLINE ENGINE EXHAUSTS AND

SOME NITROARENES

Lyon, France: 5-12 June 2012

12/06/2012 -

Videocast, Dr Christopher Wild, IARC Director


Dr Christopher Wild, IARC Director
Dr Christopher Wild, IARC Director, answers a few questions on the IARC Monographs Meeting, Volume 105.

What kind of engine exhausts did you study?
[mp4 3MB]

Which carcinogenic substances were identified?
[mp4 3MB]

How do these carcinogenic substances affect the human body?
[mp4 3MB]

Can diesel affect other organs than lung?
[mp4 2MB]

Is it only occupationally exposed people that are at risk?
[mp4 5MB]

Should this evaluation lead to tighter controls on diesel exhaust?
[mp4 4MB]

Is there anything that can be done now to protect people?
[mp4 7MB]

Are the new diesel engines so clean that the findings from this Monograph meeting are no longer relevant to today´s situation?
[mp4 6MB]