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List Cancer Agents IARC

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List Cancer Agents IARC

Update 27 October 2017

List of  Classifications Agent IARC Volumes 1-120

The IARC categorizes agents, mixtures and exposures into five categories. Note that the classification is based only on the strength of evidence for carcinogenicity, not on the relative increase of cancer risk due to exposure, or on the amount of exposure necessary to cause cancer. For example, a substance that only very slightly increases the likelihood of cancer and only after long-term exposure to large doses, but the evidence for that slight increase is strong, would be placed in Group 1 even though it does not pose a significant risk in normal use.

Group 1: carcinogenic to humans: There is enough evidence to conclude that it can cause cancer in humans.
Group 2A: probably carcinogenic to humans: There is strong evidence that it can cause cancer in humans, but at present it is not conclusive.
Group 2B: possibly carcinogenic to humans: There is some evidence that it can cause cancer in humans but at present it is far from conclusive.
Group 3: not classifiable as to carcinogenicity in humans: There is no evidence at present that it causes cancer in humans.
Group 4: probably not carcinogenic to humans: There is strong evidence that it does not cause cancer in humans. Only one substance – caprolactam – has been assessed for carcinogenicity by the IARC and placed in this category.

Classifications Group Order IARC:

Group 1 Carcinogenic to humans 120 agents
Group 2A Probably carcinogenic to humans 81
Group 2B         Possibly carcinogenic to humans 299
Group 3 Not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans             502
Group 4 Probably not carcinogenic to humans 1

For definitions of these groups, please see the Preamble.

It is strongly recommended to consult the complete Monographs on these agents, the publication date, and the list of studies considered. Significant new information might support a different classification.

For agents that have not been classified, no determination of non-carcinogenicity or overall safety should be inferred

List of classifications, Volumes 1-120 (PDF file)

List of classifications by cancer sit2 1-120 (PDF file)

See Preventable Exposures Associated With Human Cancers (Cogliano et al., 2011)

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 27 October 2017 List of  Classifications Agent IARC Volumes 1-120
 28 June 2017 List of  Classifications Agent IARC Volumes 1-119

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Scarica questo file (List of Classifications by cancer site 1-120.pdf)List of Classifications by cancer site 1-120IARC 27 October 2017EN477 kB(861 Downloads)
Scarica questo file (Agents Classified by the IARC Monographs, Volumes 1-120.pdf)Agents Classified by the IARC Monographs, Volumes 1-120IARC 27 October 2017IT694 kB(1763 Downloads)
Scarica questo file (List of Classifications Agent IARC 28 June 2017.pdf)List of Classifications AgentIARC 28 June 2017EN149 kB(578 Downloads)
Scarica questo file (Preamble IARC.pdf)Preamble IARCIARC 2006EN169 kB(506 Downloads)
Scarica questo file (Preventable Exposures Associated With Human Cancers IARC.pdf)Preventable Exposures Associated With Human Cancers IARCCogliano et al., 2011IT152 kB(536 Downloads)
Scarica questo file (List of Classifications by cancer sites.pdf)List of Classifications by cancer sites 1-119IARC 28 June 2017EN43 kB(544 Downloads)
Scarica questo file (Agents Classified by the IARC Monographs, Volumes 1-119 28 June 2017.pdf)Agents Classified by the IARC Monographs, Volumes 1-119 IARC 28 June 2017EN156 kB(657 Downloads)

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