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January 14th, 2004
British scientist says nanoparticles might move from mom to fetus
Vyvyan Howard, one of Europe’s leading researchers of nanoparticle toxicity, is set to report on the possibility that one form of nanoscale material may be transferred from a mother into her fetus. Howard outlined his preliminary findings at Nanotox 2004, a conference at Daresbury Laboratories in Warrington, England, he helped organize to discuss the biological interactions of nanoparticles and their implications for human health.
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