It is difficult to assess inhalation toxicity without using any animal models. "The Promise and Reality of Alternative Methods in Inhalation Toxicology and the Development of Inhaled Therapeutics" symposium session campaigned for some methods and addressed issues that are still unresolved.
With biofuels, such as ethanol-gasoline blends and biodiesel, being used on a wider scale globally, there is a range of implications related to their use. This issues were discussed during an Annual Meeting session.
As its title implies, today’s Roundtable Session entitled “Hydraulic Fracturing: Are There Worker Health Issues” brought together diverse views and stakeholder groups to discuss how risk to workers may be further mitigated related to horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing.
One of the first Continuing Education (CE) Courses offered at the 53rd Annual Society of Toxicology meeting in Phoenix, Arizona, was AM05 Inhalation Studies: Challenges and Complexities.
On Sunday afternoon, March 23, I attended one of the advanced Continuing Education (CE) Courses offered at the 53rd Annual Society of Toxicology meeting in Phoenix, Arizona. The course was PM10 Innovations in Methodologies for Inhalation Exposure and Interpretations of In Vivo Toxicity. This CE cour