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Downloadable study summaries:
Pesticides and Birth Defects
Los Pesticidas y Los Defectos de Nacimiento
The first study (Maternal Pesticide Exposure From Multiple Sources) was partially supported by the Cigarette and Tobacco Surtax Fund of California Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program, University of California, Grants1RT466 and 3RT0413.