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I. Today's Presentation and References View Download
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II. Additional Resources View Download
U.S. EPA's PPCPs Web Site view/download  
Pharmaceuticals in the Environment Brochure (108K/1p/PDF)   view/download
PharmWaste Listserve view/download  
C. Daughton. 2005. "Emerging" Chemicals as Pollutants in the Environment: a 21st Century. Renewable Resources Journal 23 (4):6-23. view/download  
B. Schwab, E. Hayes, J. Fiori, F. Mastrocco, N. Roden, D, Cragin, R. Meyerhoff, V. D’Aco, P. Anderson. 2005. Human pharmaceuticals in US surface waters: A human health risk assessment. Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 42: 296-312. view/download  
V. Cunningham, M. Buzby, T. Hutchinson, F. Mastrocco, N. Parke, N. Roden. 2006. Effects of Human Pharmaceuticals on Aquatic Life: Next Steps. Environmental Science & Technology (June) 3457 -3462. view/download  
P. Anderson, V. D’Aco, P. Shanahan, S. Chapra, M. Buzby, V. Cunningham, B. Duplessie, E. Hayes, F. Mastrocco, N. Parke, J. Rader, J. Samuelian, B. Schwab. 2004. Screening Analysis of Human Pharmaceutical Compounds in U.S. Surface Waters. Environmental Science & Technology 38 (3): 838-849. view/download  
N. Nakada, H. Nyunoya, M. Nakamura, A. Hara, T. Iguchi, H. Takada. 2004. Identification of Estrogenic Compounds in Wastewater Effluent. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 23 (12): 2807-2815. view/download  
T. Luckenbach, D. Epel. 2005. Nitromusk and Polycyclic Musk Compounds as Long-Term Inhibitors of Cellular Xenobiotic Defense Systems Mediated by Multidrug Transporters. 2005. Environmental Health Perspectives. 113 (1): 17-24. view/download  
Glassmeyer S.T., E.T. Furlong, D.W. Kolpin, J.D. Cahill, S.D. Zaugg, S.L. Werner, M.T. Meyer, and D.D. Kryak. 2005. Transport of chemical and microbial compounds from known wastewater discharges: Potential for use as indicators of human fecal contamination. Environmental Science and Technology. 39:5157-5169. view/download  
Glassmeyer, S.T., and J.A. Shoemaker. 2005. Effects of chlorination on the persistence of pharmaceuticals in the environment. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 74:24-31. view/download  
III. Additional Resources from Part 1: Pharmaceuticals in the Environment and What's Happening in the EPA Regions View Download
Pharmaceuticals in the Environment: Overview of Sources, Concerns, and Solutions (Abstract, 32K/1p/PDF)   view/download
Daughton 2001 "Illicit Drugs in Municipal Sewage: Proposed New Non-Intrusive Tool to Heighten Public Awareness of Societal Use of Illicit/Abused Drugs and Their Potential for Ecological Consequences," in C.G. Daughton and T.L. Jones-Lepp (Editors), Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment: Scientific and Regulatory Issues, Symposium Series 791, American Chemical Society: Washington, D.C., 2001, pp. 348-364 view/download  
Origins and Fate of PPCPs in the Environment   view/download
J. J. Johnston et al. "Risk Assessment of an Acetaminophen Baiting Program for Chemical Control of Brown Tree Snakes on Guam: Evaluation of Baits, Snake Residues, and Potential Primary and Secondary Hazards," Environ. Sci. Technol. 2002, 36(17):3827-3833 view/download  
"Environmental Warning Added to Animal Euthanasia Products," U.S. FDA, Center for Veterinary Medicine Update, 22 July 2003 view/download  
Mercury in Skin Lightening Soaps and Creams
NYC Health Dept. Warns Against Use of "Skin-Lightening" Creams Containing Mercury or Similar Products Which Do Not List Ingredients
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Fact Sheet: Mercury in Skin Lightening Soaps and Creams
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Presentation: Mercury in Soaps and Cosmetics for Skin Lightening
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A World of Salt: Total Global Saltwater and Freshwater Estimates view/download  
Daughton C.G. "Groundwater Recharge and Chemical Contaminants: Challenges in Communicating the Connections and Collisions of Two Disparate Worlds," In Fate and Transport of Pharmaceuticals and Endocrine Disrupting Compounds (EDCs) During Ground Water Recharge (special issue), Ground Water Monitoring & Remediation, 2004, 24(2): 127-138.   view/download
How should unwanted/unneeded medications be disposed? view/download  
Molecular Expressions, Florida State University view/download  
Drinking Water Contaminant Candidate List (CCL) view/download  
IV. Additional Resources from Part 2: Prioritizing Pharmaceuticals for Study using Bioinformatics Approaches and Identifying Chemical Compounds from Wastewater Discharges View Download
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