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The formaldehyde theory of carcinogenesis was proposed in 1978. [48] In 1987 the . EPA classified it as a probable human carcinogen , and after more studies the WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) in 1995 also classified it as a probable human carcinogen . Further information and evaluation of all known data led the IARC to reclassify formaldehyde as a known human carcinogen [49] associated with nasal sinus cancer and nasopharyngeal cancer . [50] Recent studies have also shown a positive correlation between exposure to formaldehyde and the development of leukemia , particularly myeloid leukemia . [51] [52] Nasopharyngeal and sinonasal cancers are relatively rare, with a combined annual incidence in the United States of < 4,000 cases. [53] [54] About 25,000 cases of myeloid leukemia occur in the United States each year. [55] [56] Workplace exposure to inhaled chemicals is among the most important risk factors for sinonasal cancers. [57] Professionals exposed to formaldehyde in their occupation, such as funeral industry workers and embalmers , showed an increased risk of leukemia and brain cancer compared with the general population. [58] Other factors are important in determining individual risk for the development of leukemia or nasopharyngeal cancer. [57] [59] [60]

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