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NCCEH eJournal Club - The Geographic Distribution of Liver Cancer in Canada Does Not Associate with Cyanobacterial Toxin Exposure
The NCCEH eJournal Club is a series of informal hour-long sessions discussing and appraising articles relating to environmental health. Active participation is encouraged. Although these sessions are directed at public health inspectors, anyone interested in a given topic is more than welcome to take part. Remote viewing instructions are available on the Eventbrite registration page.
Title of paper: The Geographic Distribution of Liver Cancer in Canada Does Not Associate with Cyanobacterial Toxin Exposure (Labine et al., 2015). Please click on the links below to register and download the paper.
Questions to consider:
- Are cyanoblooms evident in your region or province?
Are you aware of instances where cyanoblooms had an impact on drinking water quality?
Is the use of agricultural land or cattle/swine densities reasonable to use as surrogates for cyanobacteria contamination?
- Chris Russell, Specialist Environmental Health Officer, Interior Health
- Dr. Aroha Miller, Environmental Health Scientist, NCCEH
Continuing education credits: 2 CIPHI PDHs
|Event Date||May 25, 2017 |
12:00 to 13:00PDT
|Posted by NCCEH||May 10, 2017|