What substances have been associated with hepatic angiosarcoma?
Hepatic angiosarcoma is strongly associated with exposure to vinyl chloride, arsenic, thorium dioxide and androgenic hormones
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Submitted by: Natasha Tobarran, DO on behalf of The Medical Toxicology Fellowship, Virginia Commonwealth University