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5-12 September, Fri-Fri. National Safety Council Congress & Expo. Chicago, Illinois. Information: National Safety Council, 1121 Spring Lake Drive, Itasca, IL 60143 USA, 800-621-7619, fax: 847-940-2386, e-mail: customerservice@ncs.org, Internet: http://congress.ncs.org

7-11 September, Sun-Thu. American Chemical Society National Meeting. New York, New York. Information: American Chemical Society Meetings, 1155 16th Street NW, Washington, DC 20036-4899 USA, 202-872-4396, fax: 202-872-6128, e-mail: nadmtgs@acs.org, Internet: http://chemistry, org

7-12 September, Sun-Fri. World Allergy Organization Congress-XVIII. Vancouver, Canada. Information: WAO Secretariat, WAO Congress--XVIII ICACI, 611 East Wells Street, Milwaukee, WI 53202 USA 414-276-1791, fax: 414-276-3349, e-mail: congress@worldallergy.org, Internet: http://www.worldallergy.org/congtesses

7-12 September, Sun--Fri. Atmospheric Chemistry. Big Sky, Montana. Information: Gordon Research Conferences, PO Box 984, West Kingston, RI 02892-0984 USA, 401-783-4011, fax: 401-783-7644, e-mail: grc@grcmail.grc.uri.edu, Internet: http://www.grc.uri.edu

13-17 September, Sat-Wed SNPs and Cancer:. Molecular Epidemiology in Human Populations. Key Biscayne, Florida. Information: American Association of Cancer Research, 150 South Independence Mall West, Philadelphia, PA 19106-3483 USA, 215-440-9300, fax: 215-351-9165, e-mail: meetings@aacr.org, Internee http://www.aacr, org

15-26 September, Mon-Fri. Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases: Mathmatical Models, Intervention Strategies and Risk Assessment. London, United Kingdom. Information: Centre for Professional Development, 318 Sheffield

Building, South Kensington Campus, Imperial College, London SW7 2AZ, United Kingdom, +44-20-7594-6882 / 6884 / 6886, fax: +44-20-7594-6883, e-mail: cpd@imperial.ac.uk, Internet: http://www.ic.ac.uk/cpd/ epidemiology.htm

17-19 September, Wed-Fri. Environmental Health Risk 2003. Catania, Italy. Information: Wessex Institute of Technology, Ashurst Lodge, Ashurst, Southampton, SO40 7AA, United Kingdom, +44-238-029-3223, fax: +44-238-029-2853, e-mail: enquiries@wessex.ac.uk, Internet: http://www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/2003/healthrisk03

19-21 September, Fri-Sun. 15th Annual Green Nations Gathering. Rock Hill, New York. Information: Para Montgomery, Green Nations Gathering, 1525 Danby Mountain Road, Danby, VT 05739 USA, phone/fax: 802-293-5996, e-mail: info@greennations.org, Internet: http://www.greennations.org

20 September, Sat. Conference on Children's Health and the Environment. Norfolk, Virginia. Information: Nonye Umeh, Mid-Adantic Center for Children's Health &: the Environment, 2300 K Street NW, Suite 201, Washington, DC 20037 USA, 202-994-1166 or 866-622-2431, fax: 202:994-2102, e-mail: eohceu@gwumc.edu, Internet: http://www.health-e-kids.org

21-25 September, Sun-Thu. ECCO 12--The European Cancer Conference. Copenhagen, Denmark. Information: ECCO 12 Secretariat, Federation of European Cancer Societies, Avenue E Mounier 83, 1200 Brussels, Belgium, +32-2-775-0205, fax: +31-2-772-02-00, e-mail: Riitta@ fees.be, Internet: http://www.feca.belconference/ecco12

23-25 September, Mon-Wed. Chartered Institute of Environmental Health 2003 Conference. Belfast, Ireland. Information: Chartered institute of Environmental Health, Chadwick Court, 15 Hatfields, London SE1 8DJ, United Kingdom, +44-20-7928-6006, fax: +44-20-7827-5866, e-mail: info@cieh.org, Internet: http://www.cieh.org/ events/conference2003

23-25 September, Mon-Wed. Thyroid Hormone and Brain Development: Translating Molecular Mechanisms to Population Risk. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Information: Jerry Heindel, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, PO Box 12233 MD EC-23, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 USA, 919-541-0781, fax: 919-541-5064, e-mail: heindelj@niehs.nih.gov, Internet: http://www. …

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