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January 25, 1985

Federal researchers recommended that the government re-examine workplace standards on exposure to butadiene, citing new evidence that the chemical--a main component of synthetic rubber--may be a potent cause of cancer. Researchers at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences said that the chemical has caused cancer in mice at exposure levels much lower than the maximum permitted by the government.

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