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Mexico, cotton workers in agribusiness in Central America, black farmers in the Mississippi Delta, Inuit women in Canada, Putumayo rural communities or the Norwegian and Spanish farmers and family gardeners described in the papers included in this volume.82 Many of these poisoned victims left behind no medical or historical records. In the case of farmworkers, for instance, epidemiological data are lacking due both to their mobility and to the inadequacy of medical programmes. The result is a structural under-reporting of chronic pesticide poisoning which