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TOXICS EPIDEMIOLOGY

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It is the mission of the Toxics Epidemiology Program to assess and reduce toxic-related disease and injury, to advocate for solutions to toxic exposures and to educate the public so that they are empowered to protect themselves, their families and their communities in Los Angeles County.

Trained staff are available to provide you with the most up-to-date information about the health effects of toxin exposure. It is our hope that you can use this information to make informed decisions and take actions to protect your health. If you are not able to find what you need on our website, please contact our Program at (213) 738-3220 or tox@ph.lacounty.gov and somebody from our staff will gladly assist you.

Cancer
Cancer Clusters, Cancer Trends
Legislative Issues
Proposition 65 
Chemical Emergencies
Chemical Threats
Occupational Hazards
Lead, Sick Building Syndrome
Chemicals in Food
Fish, Pesticides
  Outdoor Air
Air Pollution, Criteria Air Pollutants, Wildfires,
Air Quality Near Freeways
Chemicals in the Environment
Bio-monitoring, Brownfields, Pesticides, Plastics
Poisonings
Household Hazards, Poison Treatment
Herbal & Alternative Therapies
Dietary Supplements
Radiation
Ionizing Radiation, Medical Tests
Indoor Air
Asbestos, Indoor Air Quality, Mold, Radon
Water
Water Quality
Lead & Other Heavy Metals
Arsenic, Chelation Therapy, Chromium, Lead, Mercury
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Angelo J. Bellomo
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