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National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)

1996 News Releases

11 Dec 1996: Vitamin D Receptor Gene Linked to Reduced Prostate Cancer Risk in Study at NIEHS And UNC (
10 Dec 1996: Korach Publication 'Hot' (
26 Nov 1996: Cell and Tumor Growth Research Pioneer to Deliver Falk Lecture (
19 Nov 1996: Scientists Try to Match Rodent Results in Testing Chemicals (
14 Nov 1996: Partnership Between DPS And NIEHS Announced - Dedication of Molecular Biology Lab at Hillside HS to Take Place November 21st, 1996 (
31 Oct 1996: Panel to Seek Foundation Cooperation -- and Money -- for Kids at Risk from Lead, Pollution and Pesticides (
17 Oct 1996: NIEHS' Allen Wilcox Elected President of Largest Epidemiologic Society (
13 Sep 1996: NIEHS Funds New Environmental Health Sciences Centers in Southern California and Texas (
2 Sep 1996: NIH Scientists Find Mutant Repair Gene MSH3 Has Role in Uterine Cancer (
19 Aug 1996: Environmental Health Sciences Mature - NIEHS Celebrates 30th Anniversary (
19 Jun 1996: NIH Study: Among Women Who Want to Get Pregnant, Douching May Delay Conception (
13 Jun 1996: NIH-Supported Studies Show Potential Danger to Fetus from Expectant Mothers' Own Early Exposure to Lead (
30 May 1996: Mutations of Gene BRCA2 Responsible for Few Sporadic Cases of Breast Cancer, NIEHS And Duke Report (
8 May 1996: Internationally Known Scientist Named NIEHS Deputy Director; His Work May Help Control AIDS, Environment-Related Diseases (
29 Apr 1996: Duke-NIEHS Team Links BRCA2 to Pancreatic Cancer; Evidence Suggests Still a Third Breast Cancer Gene (
25 Apr 1996: Not So Specialized After All: Genes Carry Out Different Repairs -- A Finding That Helps Clarify the Development of Cancer (
16 Apr 1996: Younger Women's Ovarian Cancers More Likely to Be Inherited (
22 Feb 1996: NIH Finds Shortcut To Gene Isolation (
19 Feb 1996: Lack of Chemical-Detoxifying Gene Produces Disease Susceptibility in Fifty Million Americans -- One in Six (
7 Feb 1996: Children of Fish Consumers Show No Developmental Damage (

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