It is thought that tetrachloroethylene causes cancer. They say it is an “anticipated carcinogen”. This means that it is thought to cause cancer but only limited research has been done on it. It has been proven to cause cancer in animals, but scienctists do not know the acceptable exposure limits for humans Other effects on the body include central nervous system depression.
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