Carcinogenic

  • (adj): Causing or tending to cause cancer.
    Example: "The carcinogenic action of certain chemicals"

Some articles on carcinogenic:

Possible Carcinogen
... As of 2011 approximately 900 agents have been studied to determine if they are carcinogenic, with 267 being classified as possibly carcinogenic to humans as opposed to only 1 ...
Co-carcinogen
... Usually, the term is used to refer to chemicals that are not carcinogenic on their own, such that an equivalent amount of the chemical is insufficient ... A chemical can be co-carcinogenic with other chemicals or with nonchemical carcinogens, such as UV radiation ... A chemical may both have anti-carcinogenic properties and yet still be a co-carcinogen in combination with some carcinogens ...
Gyromitra Esculenta - Toxicity - Carcinogenicity
... and raw Gyromitra esculenta, have been shown to be carcinogenic in experimental animals ... esculenta has not been observed to cause cancer in humans, it is possible there is a carcinogenic risk for people who ingest these types of mushrooms ... cumulative and even small amounts may have a carcinogenic effect ...
Naphthalenes - Health Effects
... male and female rats exhibited evidence of carcinogenic activity based on increased incidences of adenoma and neuroblastoma of the nose, female mice exhibited some evidence of ... Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classifies naphthalene as possibly carcinogenic to humans and animals (Group 2B) ...