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IARC

(International Age Rating Coalition) A collaboration of rating authorities that provide game and mobile app classifications for North America, Europe, Australia, Brazil and Germany. After answering the IARC questionnaire, IARC assigns ratings to the applications for the five regions.


Encyclopedia Ratings
IARC assigned these ratings to this encyclopedia, which are the least restrictive.
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IARC cites studies that have found that women working at night over many years were indeed more prone to breast cancer.
The IARC is calling for additional studies to provide additional insight into this area.
Much has happened, or is happening, on the formaldehyde front since IARC moved formaldehyde to the top rung on its ladder of cancer classifications, where it joined 94 other known human carcinogens.
Following months of reviewing various SIM products, the NNSA IARC selected netForensics nFX based upon scalability, performance and stability.
Effect of oral contraceptives on risk of cervical cancer in women with human papillomavirus infection: the IARC multicentric case-control study.
In June 2001, an expert scientific working group of IARC reviewed studies related to he carcinogenicity of static and ELF electric and magnetic fields.
The IARC sponsored case-control studies of invasive cervical cancer between 1985 and 1997 in eight countries (Brazil, Colombia, Morocco, Paraguay, Peru, the Philippines, Spain and Thailand).
Bruce Armstrong of IARC, chairman of a week-long IARC working group who met in Lyon, France, said: 'What we can say to women is if you go and take up the offer of the screening and are screened regularly then the risk of dying of breast cancer goes down by 35 per cent - that's the promise we can make to women.'
With regular screening in Britain over the next 10 years, approximately 22-24 women per 1000 aged between 50 and 69 will be diagnosed with breast cancer but fewer will die from it, IARC found.
The IARC working group was formed to assess the risk of developing cancer as a result of exposure to RF-EMFs.
Plaintiffs also relied heavily on IARC's assessment of glyphosate from 2015.
Figures from the World Health Organization's International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) showed an estimated 570,000 new cases of cervical cancer were diagnosed worldwide in 2018, making it the fourth most common cancer in women globally.