In the EU, about 2.1 million workers are estimated to be potentially exposed to hydrazine.
The primary routes of potential human exposure to hydrazine are ingestion, inhalation, and dermal contact. It is carcinogenic to humans (classified as Group 2B by IARC i.e. possible human carcinogens). It may increase the risk of lung and colorectal cancer with potential genotoxicity.
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References: IARC, EC, EPA, CDC, NIOSH
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