Previous work suggests an increased risk for spontaneous pregnancy loss linked to high levels of inorganic arsenic (iAs) in drinking water sources (>10 μg/L). However, there has been little focus to date on the impact of low-moderate levels of iAs in drinking water (<10 μg/L). To address this data gap we conducted a hospital-based case–control study in Timis County, Romania.
Bloom, Michael S.; Neamtiu, Iulian; Surdu, Simona; Pop, Cristian; Lupsa, Ioana-Rodica; Anastasiu, Doru; Fitzgerald, Edward F.; and Gurzau, Eugen S., "Consumption of low-moderate level arsenic contaminated water does not increase spontaneous pregnancy loss: a case control study" (2014). Environmental Health Sciences Faculty Scholarship. 1.