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Under-reporting of Adverse Events in the Biomedical Literature

while at work receive about 0.01mg/kg per day from that source alone. This amount of fluoride is more than 100 times the Reference Dose ( Hirzy, 1999 ). This level of discrepancy between doses yielding adverse health effects shown in the literature and regulatory agency guidelines is not unique to either fluoridation or the EPA. For example, in a major study of adverse health effects from electromagnetic fields ( Carpenter & Sage, 2012 ), the Bioinitiative Report shows orders of magnitude differences between (1) demonstrated adverse health impacts from

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Privacy-Preserving Similar Patient Queries for Combined Biomedical Data

References [1] Shirley E. Poduslo, Rong Huang, Jie Huang, and Sierra M. Smith. Genome screen of late-onset alzheimer’s extended pedigrees identifies trpc4ap by haplotype analysis. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics , 150B(1):50–55, 2009. [2] Andrew P Feinberg and M Daniele Fallin. Epigenetics at the crossroads of genes and the environment. JAMA , 314:1129–1130, 2015. [3] Peter A Jones and Stephen B Baylin. The epigenomics of cancer. Cell , 128:683–692, 2007. [4] Irfan A Qureshi and Mark F Mehler

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