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PS3.1 - Organic pollutants poster session
Friday 28 August 2009, 12:00 - 13:00
O'Reilly Hall
PS3.1.15 Breast cancer in Brazil: time trend and correlation with pesticide consumption
Raphael Guimarães*1,2, Camila Muzi3,4, Livia Santiago3, Leticia Melo3, Gina Torres3, Armando Meyer1,3
1Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2Federal University of State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 3National School of Public Health, FIOCRUZ, Brazil, 4Brazilian National Institute of Cancer, Brazil
PS3.1.16 The impact of agricultural pesticide use on the prevalence of adverse perinatal outcomes in Brazil
Raphael Guimarães*1,2, Carmen Asmus1, Armando Meyer1
1Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2Federal univerisity of State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
PS3.1.17 Fish consumption in an area with high incidence of birth defects in Cali, Colombia
Yoseth Ariza-Araújo*, Genny Martínez, Miguel Peña, Fabián Méndez
Universidad del Valle, Colombia
PS3.1.18 Maternal Obesity and Dietary Intake of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons during Pregnancy Jointly Affect Birth Weight
Hyunok Choi*1, Frederica Perera2
1Harvard School of Public Health, United States, 2Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, United States
PS3.1.19 Local herbs in neutralization and elimination of organochlorine pesticides (OCPs) from human body
Rakhmanbek Toichuev*, Baktygul Abdyraeva
Institute of Medical Problems, Southern Branch of the National Academy of Sciences of the Kyrgyz Republic, Kyrgyzstan
PS3.1.20 Association between organophosphates pesticides exposure and reproductive hormone profile  in male greenhouse workers
Marina Lacasaña1,2, Clemente Aguilar-Garduño*1,3, Julia Blanco-Muñoz4, Miguel Rodriguez-Barranco1, Esperanza de Santiago1, Susana Bassol5, Mariano E Cebrian6
1Andalusian School of Public Health, Spain, 2CIBER of Epidemiology and Public Health (CIBERESP), Spain, 3Andalusian Observatory of Environmental Health, Spain, 4National Institute of Public Health, Mexico, 5Autonomus University of Coahuila, Mexico, 6CINVESTAV, Mexico
PS3.1.21 Surveillance of environmental pesticide exposure in Canada
Nichole Garzia*, Alejandro Cervantes-Larios, Anne-Marie Nicol, Paul A. Demers
University of British Columbia, Canada
PS3.1.22 Pesticides in dust from homes in an agricultural community: changes over time among repeated samples
Martha Harnly*1, Asa Bradman1,2, Rosemary Castorina1,2, Brenda Eskenazi1,2
1California Dept Public Health, United States, 2School of Public Health, United States
PS3.1.23 Insecticide use by sheep farmers in Great Britain for the control of blowfly strike 
Betty Bisdorff*, Richard Wall
University of Bristol, United Kingdom
PS3.1.24 Bystander agricultural pesticides exposure and the risk of adverse reproductive outcomes: A review of the literature
Adeleh Shirangi1, Mark Nieuwenhuijsen*2, Danielle Vienneau1
1Imperial College of London, United Kingdom, 2Center for Research in Environmental Epidemiology (CREAL), Spain
PS3.1.25 Food contamination and human exposure to endocrine disrupting compounds from food packaging
Jane Muncke
Emhart Glass, Switzerland
PS3.1.26 Sanitarian and Epidemiological Surveillance in Clenbuterol Outbreaks in Polluted Food Consumption by People in Michoacan State, Mexico during 2004 to 2008.
Alejandro Molina-Garcia*, Laura Hurtado-Salinas, Gerardo Mendoza-Ramirez, Laura Huanosto-Gutierrez, Josefina Martinez-Ponce, Victor Rene Andrade-Chavez, Roman Armando Luna-Escalante
Ministry of Health at Michoacan, Mexico