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January 14th, 2004

British scientist says nanoparticles might move from mom to fetus

Abstract:
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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