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Douglas Jacobs, a psychiatrist at Harvard Medical School, Boston, who has reviewed and evaluated the suicide cases in the Accutane-treated patients for Roche, testified that there is no causal association between Accutane use and suicide, which he described as a "multifactorial event.
Health Undersecretary Rolando Domingo said Friday: "Three cases were found to have causal association.
The researchers observed no associations for BCC or SCC risk with use of other diuretics and other hypertensives, a finding that they said supported a potential causal association between HCTZ and NMSC risk.
Based largely on these data, IARC has classified radio frequency electromagnetic fields as possibly carcinogenic to humans (Group 2B), a category used when a causal association is considered credible, but when chance, bias or confounding cannot be ruled out with reasonable confidence," added WHO.
Following this extensive and rigorous review the overall conclusion, based on the totality of the available data, is that the scientific evidence does not support a causal association between the use of HPTs such as Primodos and birth defects or miscarriage.
A causal association between treatment with Siliq and increased risk of suicidal ideation and behavior has not been established.
WHITE and his associates will no doubt fuel the controversy on the causal association of major plasma lipids with type 2 diabetes.
However, what has not taken place since the governor's remission is an effort to publically link the scientifically robust causal association between environmental toxins introduced through agriculture and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Safety concerns have spurred dozens of lawsuits, but despite split verdicts and millions of dollars awarded to plaintiffs, the best available evidence does not support a causal association between isotretinoin and inflammatory bowel syndrome, Dr.
The causal association between TS and LCPD is not well understood.
Causal association of prolonged computer use and neck pain is already established.
In Figure 1A, there is no causal effect of D on F, yet there is a statistical association through the path D [left arrow] A [right arrow] C [right arrow] F, indicating that an estimate of the causal association between D and F would be biased if the D [left arrow] A [right arrow] C [right arrow] F path is not blocked (e.
Considering the aforementioned risk factors which existed in each of the two Herbalife consumers, the insufficient clinical information provided for each of these two patients, and the arbitrary assumptions of the author that "Herbalife" is associated with liver injury based on dated and debated Journal articles, the thesis presents a very poor argument for a causal association with Formula 1.
gov/pubmed/16473237) Smoking and cataract: review of causal association , states.
Merete Nordentoft of the Mental Health Center Copenhagen said that there was some debate about whether the link between cannabis and low educational attainment was influenced by socioeconomic group, whether cannabis use may be a marker of already-established development disadvantage, or whether it was a truly causal association.