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We read with interest the report by Desrosiers et al 1 on the association between maternal occupational exposure to organic solvents and some birth defects. Their case–control study examined occupational exposure to three classes of solvents (chlorinated, aromatic and Stoddard) and found one association—between neural tube defects (mainly spinal bifida) and maternal occupational exposure to chlorinated solvents, but no association with the …
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