Thursday, January 21, 2016

Chemicals known to the State to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity - you could just scan and be alerted.


STATE OF CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OFFICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH HAZARD ASSESSMENT SAFE DRINKING WATER AND TOXIC ENFORCEMENT ACT OF 1986 CHEMICALS KNOWN TO THE STATE TO CAUSE CANCER OR REPRODUCTIVE TOXICITY

see updated list here http://oehha.ca.gov/prop65/prop65_list/files/P65single120415.pdf

December 4, 2015 The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 requires that the Governor revise and republish at least once per year the list of chemicals known to the State to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity. The identification number indicated in the following list is the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) Registry Number. No CAS number is given when several substances are presented as a single listing. The date refers to the initial appearance of the chemical on the list. For easy reference, chemicals which are shown underlined are newly added. Chemicals or endpoints shown in strikeout were placed on the Proposition 65 list on the date noted, and have subsequently been removed.

This 28 pages long!!! And are in products and food. In California Prop 65 requires the labels to read




Q: I recently bought a product that came with a Proposition 65 warning. How do I find out more about the warning and the chemicals in the product?
A: To request more information regarding the chemical exposures that are the basis of the warning, contact the manufacturer of the product.
Businesses are not required to provide OEHHA with any information regarding their decision to provide a Proposition 65 warning. This decision is made by each business based on its knowledge of the types of chemical exposures it is responsible for causing to individuals.
Because we do not know why a business has chosen to provide a warning, we generally cannot respond to specific questions regarding product safety, the reason a warning is being given, or the listed chemical for which the warning is being given. We also cannot answer questions regarding how long and at what level the chemical exposures have been occurring. The responses to these questions should be requested from the business providing the warning. The Proposition 65 list of chemicals is available at
Q: Is a product safe if it carries a Proposition 65 warning?
A: The purpose of Proposition 65 is to notify consumers that they are being exposed to chemicals that are known to cause cancer and/or reproductive toxicity. Consumers can decide on their own if they want to purchase or use the product. A Proposition 65 warning does not necessarily mean a product is in violation of any product-safety standards or requirements. For additional information about the warning, contact the product manufacturer.
Other state public health officials and federal government agencies are responsible for regulating product safety. For example, the California Department of Public Health issues recalls of food products found to be unsafe. The federal U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates food, drug, cosmetic and medical device products. Other types of consumer products, including toys, jewelry, personal care products, and other non-food items, are regulated by the federal Consumer Product Safety Commission, which also may issue recalls for products found to be unsafe. Finally, the California Air Resources Board may ban products that harm the air we breathe.

Chemical Type of Toxicity CAS No. Date Listed A-alpha-C (2-Amino-9H-pyrido cancer 26148-68-5 January 1, 1990 [2,3-b]indole) Acetaldehyde cancer 75-07-0 April 1, 1988 Acetamide cancer 60-35-5 January 1, 1990 Acetazolamide developmental 59-66-5 August 20, 1999 Acetochlor cancer 34256-82-1 January 1, 1989 Acetohydroxamic acid developmental 546-88-3 April 1, 1990 2-Acetylaminofluorene cancer 53-96-3 July 1, 1987 Acifluorfen sodium cancer 62476-59-9 January 1, 1990 Acrylamide cancer 79-06-1 January 1, 1990 Acrylamide developmental, male 79-06-1 February 25, 2011 Acrylonitrile cancer 107-13-1 July 1, 1987 Actinomycin D cancer 50-76-0 October 1, 1989 developmental October 1, 1992 AF-2;[2-(2-furyl)-3-(5-nitro-2-furyl)] cancer 3688-53-7 July 1, 1987 acrylamide Aflatoxins cancer --- January 1, 1988 Alachlor cancer 15972-60-8 January 1, 1989 Alcoholic beverages, when cancer --- July 1, 1988 associated with alcohol abuse Aldrin cancer 309-00-2 July 1, 1988 All-trans retinoic acid developmental 302-79-4 January 1, 1989 Allyl chloride cancer 107-05-1 January 1, 1990 Delisted October 29, 1999 Aloe Vera, non-decolorized whole leaf extract Alprazolam cancer developmental --- 28981-97-7 December 4, 2015 July 1, 1990 Altretamine developmental, male 645-05-6 August 20, 1999 Amantadine hydrochloride developmental 665-66-7 February 27, 2001 Amikacin sulfate developmental 39831-55-5 July 1, 1990 2-Aminoanthraquinone cancer 117-79-3 October 1, 1989 p-Aminoazobenzene cancer 60-09-3 January 1, 1990 -2- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals o-Aminoazotoluene cancer 97-56-3 July 1, 1987 4-Aminobiphenyl (4-amino- cancer 92-67-1 February 27, 1987 diphenyl) 1-Amino-2,4-dibromo- cancer 81-49-2 August 26, 1997 anthraquinone 3-Amino-9-ethylcarbazole cancer 6109-97-3 July 1, 1989 hydrochloride 2-Aminofluorene cancer 153-78-6 January 29, 1999 Aminoglutethimide developmental 125-84-8 July 1, 1990 Aminoglycosides developmental --- October 1, 1992 1-Amino-2-methylanthraquinone cancer 82-28-0 October 1, 1989 2-Amino-5-(5-nitro-2-furyl)-1,3,4- cancer 712-68-5 July 1, 1987 thiadiazole 4-Amino-2-nitrophenol cancer 119-34-6 January 29, 1999 Aminopterin developmental, female 54-62-6 July 1, 1987 Amiodarone hydrochloride developmental, female, 19774-82-4 August 26, 1997 male Amitraz developmental 33089-61-1 March 30, 1999 Amitrole cancer 61-82-5 July 1, 1987 Amoxapine developmental 14028-44-5 May 15, 1998 Amsacrine cancer 51264-14-3 August 7, 2009 tert-Amyl methyl ether developmental 994-05-8 December 18, 2009 Delisted December 13, 2013 Anabolic steroids female, male --- April 1, 1990 Analgesic mixtures containing cancer --- February 27, 1987 phenacetin Androstenedione cancer 27208-37-3 May 3, 2011 Angiotensin converting enzyme developmental --- October 1, 1992 (ACE) inhibitors Aniline cancer 62-53-3 January 1, 1990 Aniline hydrochloride cancer 142-04-1 May 15, 1998 o-Anisidine cancer 90-04-0 July 1, 1987 o-Anisidine hydrochloride cancer 134-29-2 July 1, 1987 Anisindione developmental 117-37-3 October 1, 1992 Anthraquinone cancer 84-65-1 September 28, 2007 Antimony oxide (Antimony trioxide) cancer 1309-64-4 October 1, 1990 Aramite cancer 140-57-8 July 1, 1987 Areca nut cancer --- February 3, 2006 Aristolochic acids cancer --- July 9, 2004 Arsenic (inorganic arsenic cancer -- February 27, 1987 compounds) Arsenic (inorganic oxides) developmental --- May 1, 1997 Asbestos cancer 1332-21-4 February 27, 1987 Aspirin (NOTE: It is especially developmental, female 50-78-2 July 1, 1990 important not to use aspirin during the last three months of pregnancy, unless specifically directed to do so by a physician because it may cause problems in the unborn child or complications during delivery.) Atenolol developmental 29122-68-7 August 26, 1997 Auramine cancer 492-80-8 July 1, 1987 -3- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Auranofin developmental 34031-32-8 January 29, 1999 Avermectin B1 (Abamectin) developmental 71751-41-2 December 3, 2010 Azacitidine cancer 320-67-2 January 1, 1992 Azaserine cancer 115-02-6 July 1, 1987 Azathioprine cancer 446-86-6 February 27, 1987 Azathioprine developmental 446-86-6 September 1, 1996 Azobenzene cancer 103-33-3 January 1, 1990 Barbiturates developmental --- October 1, 1992 Beclomethasone dipropionate developmental 5534-09-8 May 15, 1998 Benomyl developmental, male 17804-35-2 July 1, 1991 Benthiavalicarb-isopropyl cancer 177406-68-7 July 1, 2008 Benz[a]anthracene cancer 56-55-3 July 1, 1987 Benzene cancer 71-43-2 February 27, 1987 Benzene developmental, male 71-43-2 December 26, 1997 Benzidine [and its salts] cancer 92-87-5 February 27, 1987 Benzidine-based dyes cancer --- October 1, 1992 Benzodiazepines developmental --- October 1, 1992 Benzo[b]fluoranthene cancer 205-99-2 July 1, 1987 Benzo[j]fluoranthene cancer 205-82-3 July 1, 1987 Benzo[k]fluoranthene cancer 207-08-9 July 1, 1987 Benzofuran cancer 271-89-6 October 1, 1990 Benzophenone cancer 119-61-9 June 22, 2012 Benzo[a]pyrene cancer 50-32-8 July 1, 1987 Benzotrichloride cancer 98-07-7 July 1, 1987 Benzphetamine hydrochloride developmental 5411-22-3 April 1, 1990 Benzyl chloride cancer 100-44-7 January 1, 1990 Benzyl violet 4B cancer 1694-09-3 July 1, 1987 Beryllium and beryllium compounds cancer --- October 1, 1987 Betel quid with tobacco cancer --- January 1, 1990 Betel quid without tobacco cancer --- February 3, 2006 2,2-Bis(bromomethyl)-1,3- cancer 3296-90-0 May 1, 1996 propanediol Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether cancer 111-44-4 April 1, 1988 N,N-Bis(2-chloroethyl)-2- cancer 494-03-1 February 27, 1987 naphthylamine (Chlornapazine) Bischloroethyl nitrosourea (BCNU) cancer 154-93-8 July 1, 1987 (Carmustine) Bischloroethyl nitrosourea (BCNU) developmental 154-93-8 July 1, 1990 (Carmustine) Bis(chloromethyl)ether cancer 542-88-1 February 27, 1987 Bis(2-chloro-1-methylethyl)ether, cancer --- October 29, 1999 technical grade Bisphenol A (BPA) female 80-05-7 May 11, 2015 Bisphenol A (BPA) Delisted April 19, 2013 developmental 80-05-7 April 11, 2013 Bitumens, extracts of steam-refined cancer --- January 1, 1990 and air refined Bracken fern cancer --- January 1, 1990 Bromacil lithium salt developmental 53404-19-6 May 18, 1999 Bromacil lithium salt male 53404-19-6 January 17, 2003 Bromate cancer 15541-45-4 May 31, 2002 -4- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Bromochloroacetic acid cancer 5589-96-8 April 6, 2010 Bromodichloromethane cancer 75-27-4 January 1, 1990 Bromoethane cancer 74-96-4 December 22, 2000 Bromoform cancer 75-25-2 April 1, 1991 1-Bromopropane (1-BP) developmental, female, 106-94-5 December 7, 2004 male 2-Bromopropane (2-BP) female, male 75-26-3 May 31, 2005 Bromoxynil developmental 1689-84-5 October 1, 1990 Bromoxynil octanoate developmental 1689-99-2 May 18, 1999 Butabarbital sodium developmental 143-81-7 October 1, 1992 1,3-Butadiene cancer 106-99-0 April 1, 1988 1,3-Butadiene developmental, female, 106-99-0 April 16, 2004 male 1,4-Butanediol dimethanesulfonate cancer 55-98-1 February 27, 1987 (Busulfan) 1,4-Butanediol dimethanesulfonate developmental 55-98-1 January 1, 1989 (Busulfan) Butylated hydroxyanisole cancer 25013-16-5 January 1, 1990 Butyl benzyl phthalate (BBP) developmental 85-68-7 December 2, 2005 n-Butyl glycidyl ether male 2426-08-6 August 7, 2009 Delisted April 4, 2014 beta-Butyrolactone cancer 3068-88-0 July 1, 1987 Cacodylic acid cancer 75-60-5 May 1, 1996 Cadmium developmental, male --- May 1, 1997 Cadmium and cadmium cancer --- October 1, 1987 compounds Caffeic acid cancer 331-39-5 October 1, 1994 Captafol cancer 2425-06-1 October 1, 1988 Captan cancer 133-06-2 January 1, 1990 Carbamazepine developmental 298-46-4 January 29, 1999 Carbaryl cancer 63-25-2 February 5, 2010 Carbaryl developmental, female, male 63-25-2 August 7, 2009 Carbazole cancer 86-74-8 May 1, 1996 Carbon black (airborne, unbound cancer 1333-86-4 February 21, 2003 particles of respirable size) Carbon disulfide developmental, female, 75-15-0 July 1, 1989 male Carbon monoxide developmental 630-08-0 July 1, 1989 Carbon tetrachloride cancer 56-23-5 October 1, 1987 Carbon-black extracts cancer --- January 1, 1990 Carboplatin developmental 41575-94-4 July 1, 1990 N-Carboxymethyl-N-nitrosourea cancer 60391-92-6 January 25, 2002 Catechol cancer 120-80-9 July 15, 2003 Ceramic fibers (airborne particles cancer --- July 1, 1990 of respirable size) Certain combined chemotherapy cancer --- February 27, 1987 for lymphomas Chenodiol developmental 474-25-9 April 1, 1990 Chloral cancer 75-87-6 September 13, 2013 Chloral hydrate cancer 302-17-0 September 13, 2013 -5- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Chlorambucil cancer 305-03-3 February 27, 1987 Chlorambucil developmental 305-03-3 January 1, 1989 Chloramphenicol Delisted January 4, 2013 cancer 56-75-7 October 1, 1989 Chloramphenicol sodium succinate cancer 982-57-0 September 27, 2013 Chlorcyclizine hydrochloride developmental 1620-21-9 July 1, 1987 Chlordane cancer 57-74-9 July 1, 1988 Chlordecone (Kepone) cancer 143-50-0 January 1, 1988 Chlordecone (Kepone) developmental 143-50-0 January 1, 1989 Chlordiazepoxide developmental 58-25-3 January 1, 1992 Chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride developmental 438-41-5 January 1, 1992 Chlordimeform cancer 6164-98-3 January 1, 1989 Chlorendic acid cancer 115-28-6 July 1, 1989 Chlorinated paraffins (Average cancer 108171-26-2 July 1, 1989 chain length, C12; approximately 60 percent chlorine by weight) p-Chloroaniline cancer 106-47-8 October 1, 1994 p-Chloroaniline hydrochloride cancer 20265-96-7 May 15, 1998 Chlorodibromomethane cancer 124-48-1 January 1, 1990 Delisted October 29, 1999 Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride) cancer 75-00-3 July 1, 1990 1-(2-Chloroethyl)-3-cyclohexyl- cancer 13010-47-4 January 1, 1988 1-nitrosourea (CCNU) (Lomustine) 1-(2-Chloroethyl)-3-cyclohexyl- developmental 13010-47-4 July 1, 1990 1-nitrosourea (CCNU) Lomustine) 1-(2-Chloroethyl)-3-(4-methyl- cancer 13909-09-6 October 1, 1988 cyclohexyl) -1-nitrosourea (Methyl-CCNU) Chloroform cancer 67-66-3 October 1, 1987 Chloroform developmental 67-66-3 August 7, 2009 Chloromethyl methyl ether cancer 107-30-2 February 27, 1987 (technical grade) 3-Chloro-2-methylpropene cancer 563-47-3 July 1, 1989 1-Chloro-4-nitrobenzene cancer 100-00-5 October 29, 1999 4-Chloro-o-phenylenediamine cancer 95-83-0 January 1, 1988 Chloroprene cancer 126-99-8 June 2, 2000 2-Chloropropionic acid male 598-78-7 August 7, 2009 Chlorothalonil cancer 1897-45-6 January 1, 1989 p-Chloro-o-toluidine cancer 95-69-2 January 1, 1990 p-Chloro-o-toluidine, strong acid cancer --- May 15, 1998 salts of 5-Chloro-o-toluidine and cancer --- October 24, 1997 its strong acid salts Chlorotrianisene cancer 569-57-3 September 1, 1996 Chlorozotocin cancer 54749-90-5 January 1, 1992 Chlorsulfuron developmental, female, 64902-72-3 May 14, 1999 Delisted June 6, 2014 male Chromium (hexavalent compounds) cancer --- February 27, 1987 Chromium (hexavalent compounds) developmental, female, male --- December 19, 2008 Chrysene cancer 218-01-9 January 1, 1990 C.I. Acid Red 114 cancer 6459-94-5 July 1, 1992 C.I. Basic Red 9 cancer 569-61-9 July 1, 1989 -6- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals monohydrochloride C.I. Direct Blue 15 cancer 2429-74-5 August 26, 1997 C.I. Direct Blue 218 cancer 28407-37-6 August 26, 1997 C.I. Disperse Yellow 3 cancer 2832-40-8 February 8, 2013 C.I. Solvent Yellow 14 cancer 842-07-9 May 15, 1998 Ciclosporin (Cyclosporin A; cancer 59865-13-3 January 1, 1992 Cyclosporine) 79217-60-0 Cidofovir cancer, developmental, 113852-37-2 January 29, 1999 female, male Cinnamyl anthranilate cancer 87-29-6 July 1, 1989 Cisplatin cancer 15663-27-1 October 1, 1988 Citrus Red No. 2 cancer 6358-53-8 October 1, 1989 Cladribine developmental 4291-63-8 September 1, 1996 Clarithromycin developmental 81103-11-9 May 1, 1997 Clobetasol propionate developmental, female 25122-46-7 May 15, 1998 Clofibrate cancer 637-07-0 September 1, 1996 Clomiphene citrate cancer 50-41-9 May 24, 2013 Clomiphene citrate developmental 50-41-9 April 1, 1990 Clorazepate dipotassium developmental 57109-90-7 October 1, 1992 CMNP (pyrazachlor) cancer 6814-58-0 August 25, 2015 Cobalt metal powder cancer 7440-48-4 July 1, 1992 Cobalt [II] oxide cancer 1307-96-6 July 1, 1992 Cobalt sulfate cancer 10124-43-3 May 20, 2005 Cobalt sulfate heptahydrate cancer 10026-24-1 June 2, 2000 Cocaine developmental, female 50-36-2 July 1, 1989 Coconut oil diethanolamine cancer --- June 22, 2012 condensate (cocamide diethanolamine) Codeine phosphate developmental 52-28-8 May 15, 1998 Coke oven emissions cancer --- February 27, 1987 Colchicine developmental, male 64-86-8 October 1, 1992 Conjugated estrogens cancer --- February 27, 1987 Conjugated estrogens developmental --- April 1, 1990 Creosotes cancer --- October 1, 1988 p-Cresidine cancer 120-71-8 January 1, 1988 Cumene cancer 98-82-8 April 6, 2010 Cupferron cancer 135-20-6 January 1, 1988 Cyanazine developmental 21725-46-2 April 1, 1990 Cycasin cancer 14901-08-7 January 1, 1988 Cycloate developmental 1134-23-2 March 19, 1999 Cyclohexanol Delisted male 108-93-0 November 6, 1998 January 25, 2002 Cycloheximide developmental 66-81-9 January 1, 1989 Cyclopenta[cd]pyrene cancer 27208-37-3 April 29, 2011 Cyclophosphamide (anhydrous) cancer 50-18-0 February 27, 1987 Cyclophosphamide (anhydrous) developmental, female, 50-18-0 January 1, 1989 male Cyclophosphamide (hydrated) cancer 6055-19-2 February 27, 1987 Cyclophosphamide (hydrated) developmental, female, 6055-19-2 January 1, 1989 male Cyhexatin developmental 13121-70-5 January 1, 1989 Cytarabine developmental 147-94-4 January 1, 1989 Cytembena cancer 21739-91-3 May 15, 1998 -7- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals D&C Orange No. 17 cancer 3468-63-1 July 1, 1990 D&C Red No. 8 cancer 2092-56-0 October 1, 1990 D&C Red No. 9 cancer 5160-02-1 July 1, 1990 D&C Red No. 19 cancer 81-88-9 July 1, 1990 Dacarbazine cancer 4342-03-4 January 1, 1988 Dacarbazine developmental 4342-03-4 January 29, 1999 Daminozide cancer 1596-84-5 January 1, 1990 Danazol developmental 17230-88-5 April 1, 1990 Dantron (Chrysazin; 1,8- cancer 117-10-2 January 1, 1992 Dihydroxyanthraquinone) Daunomycin cancer 20830-81-3 January 1, 1988 Daunorubicin hydrochloride developmental 23541-50-6 July 1, 1990 2,4-D butyric acid developmental, male 94-82-6 June 18, 1999 DDD (Dichlorodiphenyl- cancer 72-54-8 January 1, 1989 dichloroethane) DDE (Dichlorodi- cancer 72-55-9 January 1, 1989 phenyldichloroethylene) DDT (Dichlorodi- cancer 50-29-3 October 1 , 1987 phenyltrichloroethane) o,p’-DDT developmental, female, 789-02-6 May 15, 1998 male p,p’-DDT developmental, female, 50-29-3 May 15, 1998 male DDVP (Dichlorvos) cancer 62-73-7 January 1, 1989 Demeclocycline hydrochloride developmental 64-73-3 January 1, 1992 (internal use) 2,4-DP (dichloroprop) developmental 120-36-5 April 27, 1999 Delisted January 25, 2002 N,N’-Diacetylbenzidine cancer 613-35-4 October 1, 1989 2,4-Diaminoanisole cancer 615-05-4 October 1, 1990 2,4-Diaminoanisole sulfate cancer 39156-41-7 January 1, 1988 4,4’-Diaminodiphenyl ether cancer 101-80-4 January 1, 1988 (4,4’-Oxydianiline) 2,4-Diaminotoluene cancer 95-80-7 January 1, 1988 Diaminotoluene (mixed) Delisted November 20, 2015 cancer --- January 1, 1990 Diazepam developmental 439-14-5 January 1, 1992 Diazoaminobenzene cancer 136-35-6 May 20, 2005 Diazoxide developmental 364-98-7 February 27, 2001 Dibenz[a,h]acridine cancer 226-36-8 January 1, 1988 Dibenz[a,j]acridine cancer 224-42-0 January 1, 1988 Dibenzanthracenes cancer --- December 26, 2014 Dibenz[a,c]anthracene cancer 215-58-7 December 26, 2014 Dibenz[a,h]anthracene cancer 53-70-3 January 1, 1988 Dibenz[a,j]anthracene cancer 224-41-9 December 26, 2014 7H-Dibenzo[c,g]carbazole cancer 194-59-2 January 1, 1988 Dibenzo[a,e]pyrene cancer 192-65-4 January 1, 1988 Dibenzo[a,h]pyrene cancer 189-64-0 January 1, 1988 Dibenzo[a,i]pyrene cancer 189-55-9 January 1, 1988 Dibenzo[a,l]pyrene cancer 191-30-0 January 1, 1988 Dibromoacetic acid cancer 631-64-1 June 17, 2008 -8- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Dibromoacetonitrile cancer 3252-43-5 May 3, 2011 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane cancer 96-12-8 July 1, 1987 (DBCP) 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane male 96-12-8 February 27, 1987 (DBCP) 2,3-Dibromo-1-propanol cancer 96-13-9 October 1, 1994 Dichloroacetic acid cancer 79-43-6 May 1, 1996 Dichloroacetic acid developmental, male 79-43-6 August 7, 2009 p-Dichlorobenzene cancer 106-46-7 January 1, 1989 3,3’-Dichlorobenzidine cancer 91-94-1 October 1, 1987 3,3’-Dichlorobenzidine cancer 612-83-9 May 15, 1998 dihydrochloride 1,1-Dichloro-2,2-bis(p- developmental, male 72-55-9 March 30, 2010 chlorophenyl)ethylene (DDE) 1,4-Dichloro-2-butene cancer 764-41-0 January 1, 1990 3,3’-Dichloro-4,4’-diaminodiphenyl cancer 28434-86-8 January 1, 1988 ether 1,1-Dichloroethane cancer 75-34-3 January 1, 1990 Dichloromethane (Methylene cancer 75-09-2 April 1, 1988 chloride) Dichlorophene developmental 97-23-4 April 27, 1999 1,2-Dichloropropane cancer 78-87-5 January 1, 1990 1,3-Dichloro-2-propanol (1,3-DCP) cancer 96-23-1 October 8, 2010 1,3-Dichloropropene cancer 542-75-6 January 1, 1989 Dichlorphenamide developmental 120-97-8 February 27, 2001 Diclofop-methyl cancer 51338-27-3 April 6, 2010 Diclofop methyl developmental 51338-27-3 March 5, 1999 Dicumarol developmental 66-76-2 October 1, 1992 Dieldrin cancer 60-57-1 July 1, 1988 Dienestrol Delisted January 4, 2013 cancer 84-17-3 January 1, 1990 Diepoxybutane cancer 1464-53-5 January 1, 1988 Diesel engine exhaust cancer --- October 1, 1990 Diethanolamine cancer 111-42-2 June 22, 2012 Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) cancer 117-81-7 January 1, 1988 Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) developmental, male 117-81-7 October 24, 2003 1,2-Diethylhydrazine cancer 1615-80-1 January 1, 1988 Diethylstilbestrol (DES) cancer 56-53-1 February 27, 1987 Diethylstilbestrol (DES) developmental 56-53-1 July 1, 1987 Diethyl sulfate cancer 64-67-5 January 1, 1988 Diflunisal developmental, female 22494-42-4 January 29, 1999 Diglycidyl ether male 2238-07-5 August 7, 2009 Delisted April 4, 2014 Diglycidyl resorcinol ether (DGRE) cancer 101-90-6 July 1, 1989 Dihydroergotamine mesylate developmental 6190-39-2 May 1, 1997 Dihydrosafrole cancer 94-58-6 January 1, 1988 Di-isodecyl phthalate (DIDP) developmental 68515-49-1/ April 20, 2007 26761-40-0 Diisononyl phthalate (DINP) cancer --- December 20, 2013 Diisopropyl sulfate cancer 2973-10-6 April 1, 1993 Diltiazem hydrochloride developmental 33286-22-5 February 27, 2001 3,3’-Dimethoxybenzidine cancer 119-90-4 January 1, 1988 (o-Dianisidine) 3,3’-Dimethoxybenzidine cancer 20325-40-0 October 1, 1990 -9- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals dihydrochloride (o-Dianisidine dihydrochloride) 3,3’-Dimethoxybenzidine-based cancer --- June 11, 2004 dyes metabolized to 3,3’- dimethoxybenzidine N, N-Dimethylacetamide developmental, male 127-19-5 May 21, 2010 4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene cancer 60-11-7 January 1, 1988 trans-2-[(Dimethylamino)methyl- cancer 55738-54-0 January 1, 1988 imino]-5-[2-(5-nitro-2-furyl)vinyl]- 1,3,4-oxadiazole 7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene cancer 57-97-6 January 1, 1990 3,3’-Dimethylbenzidine cancer 119-93-7 January 1, 1988 (ortho-Tolidine) 3,3’-Dimethylbenzidine-based cancer --- June 11, 2004 dyes metabolized to 3,3’- dimethylbenzidine 3,3’-Dimethylbenzidine cancer 612-82-8 April 1, 1992 dihydrochloride Dimethylcarbamoyl chloride cancer 79-44-7 January 1, 1988 1,1-Dimethylhydrazine (UDMH) cancer 57-14-7 October 1, 1989 1,2-Dimethylhydrazine cancer 540-73-8 January 1, 1988 2,6-Dimethyl-N-nitrosomorpholine cancer 1456-28-6 February 8, 2013 Dimethyl sulfate cancer 77-78-1 January 1, 1988 Dimethylvinylchloride cancer 513-37-1 July 1, 1989 N,N-Dimethyl-p-toluidine cancer 99-97-8 May 2, 2014 Di-n-butyl phthalate (DBP) developmental, female, 84-74-2 December 2, 2005 male Di-n-hexyl phthalate (DnHP) female, male 84-75-3 December 2, 2005 m-Dinitrobenzene male 99-65-0 July 1, 1990 o-Dinitrobenzene male 528-29-0 July 1, 1990 p-Dinitrobenzene male 100-25-4 July 1, 1990 3,7-Dinitrofluoranthene cancer 105735-71-5 August 26, 1997 3,9-Dinitrofluoranthene cancer 22506-53-2 August 26, 1997 1,3-Dinitropyrene cancer 75321-20-9 November 2, 2012 1,6-Dinitropyrene cancer 42397-64-8 October 1, 1990 1,8-Dinitropyrene cancer 42397-65-9 October 1, 1990 Dinitrotoluene (technical grade) female, male --- August 20, 1999 Dinitrotoluene mixture, 2,4-/2,6- cancer --- May 1, 1996 2,4-Dinitrotoluene cancer 121-14-2 July 1, 1988 2,4-Dinitrotoluene male 121-14-2 August 20, 1999 2,6-Dinitrotoluene cancer 606-20-2 July 1, 1995 2,6-Dinitrotoluene male 606-20-2 August 20, 1999 Dinocap developmental 39300-45-3 April 1, 1990 Dinoseb developmental, male 88-85-7 January 1, 1989 Di-n-propyl isocinchomeronate cancer 136-45-8 May 1, 1996 (MGK Repellent 326) 1,4-Dioxane cancer 123-91-1 January 1, 1988 Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin) cancer 57-41-0 January 1, 1988 Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin) developmental 57-41-0 July 1, 1987 Diphenylhydantoin (Phenytoin), cancer 630-93-3 January 1, 1988 sodium salt Direct Black 38 (technical grade) cancer 1937-37-7 January 1, 1988 Direct Blue 6 (technical grade) cancer 2602-46-2 January 1, 1988 -10- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Direct Brown 95 (technical grade) cancer 16071-86-6 October 1, 1988 Disodium cyanodithioimido- developmental 138-93-2 March 30, 1999 carbonate Disperse Blue 1 cancer 2475-45-8 October 1, 1990 Diuron cancer 330-54-1 May 31, 2002 Doxorubicin hydrochloride cancer 25316-40-9 July 1, 1987 (Adriamycin) Doxorubicin hydrochloride developmental, male 25316-40-9 January 29, 1999 (Adriamycin) Doxycycline (internal use) developmental 564-25-0 July 1, 1990 Doxycycline calcium (internal use) developmental 94088-85-4 January 1, 1992 Doxycycline hyclate (internal use) developmental 24390-14-5 October 1, 1991 Doxycycline monohydrate developmental 17086-28-1 October 1, 1991 (internal use) Emissions from combustion of coal cancer --- August 7, 2013 Emissions from high-temperature cancer --- January 3, 2014 unrefined rapeseed oil Endrin developmental 72-20-8 May 15, 1998 Environmental tobacco smoke developmental --- June 9, 2006 (ETS) Epichlorohydrin cancer 106-89-8 October 1, 1987 Epichlorohydrin male 106-89-8 September 1, 1996 Epoxiconazole cancer 135319-73-2 April 15, 2011 Ergotamine tartrate developmental 379-79-3 April 1, 1990 Erionite cancer 12510-42-8/ October 1, 1988 66733-21-9 Estradiol 17B cancer 50-28-2 January 1, 1988 Estragole cancer 140-67-0 October 29, 1999 Estrogens, steroidal cancer --- August 19, 2005 Estrogen-progestogen (combined) cancer --- November 4, 2011 as menopausal therapy Estrone cancer 53-16-7 January 1, 1988 Estropipate cancer, developmental 7280-37-7 August 26, 1997 Ethanol in alcoholic beverages cancer --- April 29, 2011 Ethinylestradiol cancer 57-63-6 January 1, 1988 Ethionamide developmental 536-33-4 August 26, 1997 Ethoprop cancer 13194-48-4 February 27, 2001 Ethyl acrylate cancer 140-88-5 July 1, 1989 Ethyl alcohol in alcoholic beverages developmental --- October 1, 1987 Ethylbenzene cancer 100-41-4 June 11, 2004 Ethyl-tert-butyl ether male 637-92-3 December 18, 2009 Delisted December 13, 2013 Ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate developmental 759-94-4 April 27, 1999 Ethyl-4,4’-dichlorobenzilate cancer 510-15-6 January 1, 1990 Ethylene dibromide cancer 106-93-4 July 1, 1987 Ethylene dibromide developmental, male 106-93-4 May 15, 1998 Ethylene dichloride (1,2- cancer 107-06-2 October 1, 1987 Dichloroethane) Ethylene glycol (ingested) developmental 107-21-1 June 19, 2015 Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether developmental, male 110-80-5 January 1, 1989 Ethylene glycol monoethyl developmental, male 111-15-9 January 1, 1993 -11- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals ether acetate Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether developmental, male 109-86-4 January 1, 1989 Ethylene glycol monomethyl developmental, male 110-49-6 January 1, 1993 ether acetate Ethyleneimine (Aziridine) cancer 151-56-4 January 1, 1988 Ethylene oxide cancer 75-21-8 July 1, 1987 Ethylene oxide female 75-21-8 February 27, 1987 Ethylene oxide developmental, male 75-21-8 August 7, 2009 Ethylene thiourea cancer 96-45-7 January 1, 1988 Ethylene thiourea developmental 96-45-7 January 1, 1993 2-Ethylhexanoic acid developmental 149-57-5 August 7, 2009 Delisted December 13, 2013 Ethyl methanesulfonate cancer 62-50-0 January 1, 1988 Etodolac developmental, female 41340-25-4 August 20, 1999 Etoposide cancer 33419-42-0 November 4, 2011 Etoposide developmental 33419-42-0 July 1, 1990 Etoposide in combination with cancer --- November 4, 2011 cisplatin and bleomycin Etretinate developmental 54350-48-0 July 1, 1987 Fenoxaprop ethyl developmental 66441-23-4 March 26, 1999 Fenoxycarb cancer 72490-01-8 June 2, 2000 Filgrastim developmental 121181-53-1 February 27, 2001 Fluazifop butyl developmental 69806-50-4 November 6, 1998 Flunisolide developmental, female 3385-03-3 May 15, 1998 Fluorouracil developmental 51-21-8 January 1, 1989 Fluoxymesterone developmental 76-43-7 April 1, 1990 Flurazepam hydrochloride developmental 1172-18-5 October 1, 1992 Flurbiprofen developmental, female 5104-49-4 August 20, 1999 Flutamide developmental 13311-84-7 July 1, 1990 Fluticasone propionate developmental 80474-14-2 May 15, 1998 Fluvalinate developmental 69409-94-5 November 6, 1998 Folpet cancer 133-07-3 January 1, 1989 Formaldehyde (gas) cancer 50-00-0 January 1, 1988 2-(2-Formylhydrazino)-4- cancer 3570-75-0 January 1, 1988 (5-nitro-2-furyl)thiazole Fumonisin B1 cancer 116355-83-0 November 14, 2003 Furan cancer 110-00-9 October 1, 1993 Furazolidone cancer 67-45-8 January 1, 1990 Furmecyclox cancer 60568-05-0 January 1, 1990 Fusarin C cancer 79748-81-5 July 1, 1995 Gallium arsenide cancer 1303-00-0 August 1, 2008 Ganciclovir cancer, developmental, 82410-32-0 August 26, 1997 male Ganciclovir sodium developmental, male 107910-75-8 August 26, 1997 Gasoline engine exhaust cancer --- October 1, 1990 (condensates/extracts) Gemfibrozil cancer 25812-30-0 December 22, 2000 Gemfibrozil female, male 25812-30-0 August 20, 1999 Goldenseal root powder cancer --- December 4, 2015 -12- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Glass wool fibers cancer --- July 1, 1990 (inhalable and biopersistent) Glu-P-1 (2-Amino-6-methyldipyrido cancer 67730-11-4 January 1, 1990 [1,2- a:3’,2’-d]imidazole) Glu-P-2 (2-Aminodipyrido cancer 67730-10-3 January 1, 1990 [1,2-a:3’,2’-d]imidazole) Glycidaldehyde cancer 765-34-4 January 1, 1988 Glycidol cancer 556-52-5 July 1, 1990 Goserelin acetate developmental, female, 65807-02-5 August 26, 1997 male Griseofulvin cancer 126-07-8 January 1, 1990 Gyromitrin (Acetaldehyde cancer 16568-02-8 January 1, 1988 methylformylhydrazone) Halazepam developmental 23092-17-3 July 1, 1990 Halobetasol propionate developmental 66852-54-8 August 20, 1999 Haloperidol developmental, female 52-86-8 January 29, 1999 Halothane developmental 151-67-7 September 1, 1996 HC Blue 1 cancer 2784-94-3 July 1, 1989 Heptachlor cancer 76-44-8 July 1, 1988 Heptachlor developmental 76-44-8 August 20, 1999 Heptachlor epoxide cancer 1024-57-3 July 1, 1988 Herbal remedies containing cancer --- July 9, 2004 plant species of the genus Aristolochia Hexachlorobenzene cancer 118-74-1 October 1, 1987 Hexachlorobenzene developmental 118-74-1 January 1, 1989 Hexachlorobutadiene cancer 87-68-3 May 3, 2011 Hexachlorocyclohexane cancer --- October 1, 1987 (technical grade) Hexachlorodibenzodioxin cancer 34465-46-8 April 1, 1988 Hexachloroethane cancer 67-72-1 July 1, 1990 2,4-Hexadienal (89% trans, trans cancer --- March 4, 2005 isomer; 11% cis, trans isomer) Hexafluoroacetone developmental, male 684-16-2 August 1, 2008 Hexamethylphosphoramide cancer 680-31-9 January 1, 1988 Hexamethylphosphoramide male 680-31-9 October 1, 1994 2,5-Hexanedione Histrelin acetate male developmental 110-13-4 --- December 4, 2015 May 15, 1998 Hydramethylnon developmental, male 67485-29-4 March 5, 1999 Hydrazine cancer 302-01-2 January 1, 1988 Hydrazine sulfate cancer 10034-93-2 January 1, 1988 Hydrazobenzene cancer 122-66-7 January 1, 1988 (1,2-Diphenylhydrazine) Hydrogen cyanide (HCN) and male --- July 5, 2013 cyanide salts (CN salts) 1-Hydroxyanthraquinone cancer 129-43-1 May 27, 2005 Hydroxyurea developmental 127-07-1 May 1, 1997 Idarubicin hydrochloride developmental, male 57852-57-0 August 20, 1999 -13- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Ifosfamide developmental 3778-73-2 July 1, 1990 Iodine-131 developmental 10043-66-0 January 1, 1989 Imazalil cancer 35554-44-0 May 20, 2011 Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene cancer 193-39-5 January 1, 1988 Indium phosphide cancer 22398-80-7 February 27, 2001 IQ (2-Amino-3-methylimidazo cancer 76180-96-6 April 1, 1990 [4,5-f] quinoline) Iprodione cancer 36734-19-7 May 1, 1996 Iprovalicarb cancer 140923-17-7 June 1, 2007 140923-25-7 Iron dextran complex cancer 9004-66-4 January 1, 1988 Isobutyl nitrite cancer 542-56-3 May 1, 1996 Isoprene cancer 78-79-5 May 1, 1996 Isopyrazam cancer 881685-58-1 July 24, 2012 Isosafrole Delisted cancer 120-58-1 October 1, 1989 December 8, 2006 Isotretinoin developmental 4759-48-2 July 1, 1987 Isoxaflutole cancer 141112-29-0 December 22, 2000 Kresoxim-methyl cancer 143390-89-0 February 3, 2012 Lactofen cancer 77501-63-4 January 1, 1989 Lasiocarpine cancer 303-34-4 April 1, 1988 Lead developmental, female, --- February 27, 1987 male Lead and lead compounds cancer --- October 1, 1992 Lead acetate cancer 301-04-2 January 1, 1988 Lead phosphate cancer 7446-27-7 April 1, 1988 Lead subacetate cancer 1335-32-6 October 1, 1989 Leather dust cancer --- April 29, 2011 Leuprolide acetate developmental, female, 74381-53-6 August 26, 1997 male Levodopa developmental 59-92-7 January 29, 1999 Levonorgestrel implants female 797-63-7 May 15, 1998 Lindane and other hexachloro- cancer --- October 1, 1989 cyclohexane isomers Linuron developmental 330-55-2 March 19, 1999 Lithium carbonate developmental 554-13-2 January 1, 1991 Lithium citrate developmental 919-16-4 January 1, 1991 Lorazepam developmental 846-49-1 July 1, 1990 Lovastatin developmental 75330-75-5 October 1, 1992 Lynestrenol cancer 52-76-6 February 27, 2001 Malonaldehyde, sodium salt cancer 24382-04-5 May 3, 2011 Mancozeb cancer 8018-01-7 January 1, 1990 Maneb cancer 12427-38-2 January 1, 1990 Marijuana smoke cancer --- June 19, 2009 Me-A-alpha-C (2-Amino-3-methyl- cancer 68006-83-7 January 1, 1990 9H-pyrido[2,3-b]indole) Mebendazole developmental 31431-39-7 August 20, 1999 -14- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Medroxyprogesterone acetate cancer 71-58-9 January 1, 1990 Medroxyprogesterone acetate developmental 71-58-9 April 1, 1990 Megestrol acetate cancer 595-33-5 March 28, 2014 Megestrol acetate developmental 595-33-5 January 1, 1991 MeIQ (2-Amino-3,4-dimethyl- cancer 77094-11-2 October 1, 1994 imidazo[4,5-f]quinoline) MeIQx (2-Amino-3,8-dimethyl- cancer 77500-04-0 October 1, 1994 imidazo[4,5-f]quinoxaline) Melphalan cancer 148-82-3 February 27, 1987 Melphalan developmental 148-82-3 July 1, 1990 Menotropins developmental 9002-68-0 April 1, 1990 Mepanipyrim cancer 110235-47-7 July 1, 2008 Meprobamate developmental 57-53-4 January 1, 1992 Mercaptopurine developmental 6112-76-1 July 1, 1990 Mercury and mercury compounds developmental --- July 1, 1990 Merphalan cancer 531-76-0 April 1, 1988 Mestranol cancer 72-33-3 April 1, 1988 Metam potassium cancer 137-41-7 December 31, 2010 Methacycline hydrochloride developmental 3963-95-9 January 1, 1991 Metham sodium cancer 137-42-8 November 6, 1998 Metham sodium developmental 137-42-8 May 15, 1998 Methanol developmental 67-56-1 March 16, 2012 Methazole developmental 20354-26-1 December 1, 1999 Methimazole developmental 60-56-0 July 1, 1990 Methotrexate developmental 59-05-2 January 1, 1989 Methotrexate sodium developmental 15475-56-6 April 1, 1990 5-Methoxypsoralen with cancer 484-20-8 October 1, 1988 ultraviolet A therapy 8-Methoxypsoralen with cancer 298-81-7 February 27, 1987 ultraviolet A therapy 2-Methylaziridine (Propyleneimine) cancer 75-55-8 January 1, 1988 Methylazoxymethanol cancer 590-96-5 April 1, 1988 Methylazoxymethanol acetate cancer 592-62-1 April 1, 1988 Methyl bromide, as a structural developmental 74-83-9 January 1, 1993 fumigant Methyl carbamate cancer 598-55-0 May 15, 1998 Methyl chloride developmental 74-87-3 March 10, 2000 Methyl chloride male 74-87-3 August 7, 2009 3-Methylcholanthrene cancer 56-49-5 January 1, 1990 5-Methylchrysene cancer 3697-24-3 April 1, 1988 4,4'-Methylene bis(2-chloroaniline) cancer 101-14-4 July 1, 1987 4,4'-Methylene bis(N,N-dimethyl) cancer 101-61-1 October 1, 1989 benzenamine 4,4'-Methylene bis(2-methylaniline) cancer 838-88-0 April 1, 1988 4,4'-Methylenedianiline cancer 101-77-9 January 1, 1988 4,4'-Methylenedianiline cancer 13552-44-8 January 1, 1988 dihydrochloride Methyleugenol cancer 93-15-2 November 16, 2001 Methylhydrazine and its salts cancer --- July 1, 1992 2-Methylimidazole cancer 693-98-1 June 22, 2012 4-Methylimidazole cancer 822-36-6 January 7, 2011 Methyl iodide cancer 74-88-4 April 1, 1988 Methyl isobutyl ketone cancer 108-10-1 November 4, 2011 -15- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Methyl isobutyl ketone (MIBK) developmental 108-10-1 March 28, 2014 Methyl isocyanate (MIC) developmental, female 624-83-9 November 12, 2010 Methyl isopropyl ketone developmental 563-80-4 February 17, 2012 Delisted April 4, 2014 Methyl mercury developmental --- July 1, 1987 Methylmercury compounds cancer --- May 1, 1996 Methyl methanesulfonate cancer 66-27-3 April 1, 1988 Methyl-n-butyl ketone developmental, male 591-78-6 December 4, 2015 August 7, 2009 2-Methyl-1-nitroanthraquinone cancer 129-15-7 April 1, 1988 (of uncertain purity) N-Methyl-N'-nitro-N- cancer 70-25-7 April 1, 1988 nitrosoguanidine N-Methylolacrylamide cancer 924-42-5 July 1, 1990 N-Methylpyrrolidone developmental 872-50-4 June 15, 2001 α-Methyl styrene (alpha- Methylstyrene) cancer 98-83-9 November 2, 2012 α-Methyl styrene female 98-83-9 July 29, 2011 Delisted April 4, 2014 Methyltestosterone developmental 58-18-4 April 1, 1990 Methylthiouracil cancer 56-04-2 October 1, 1989 Metiram cancer 9006-42-2 January 1, 1990 Metiram developmental 9006-42-2 March 30, 1999 Metronidazole cancer 443-48-1 January 1, 1988 Michler's ketone cancer 90-94-8 January 1, 1988 Midazolam hydrochloride developmental 59467-96-8 July 1, 1990 Minocycline hydrochloride developmental 13614-98-7 January 1, 1992 (internal use) Mirex cancer 2385-85-5 January 1, 1988 Misoprostol developmental 59122-46-2 April 1, 1990 Mitomycin C cancer 50-07-7 April 1, 1988 Mitoxantrone hydrochloride cancer 70476-82-3 January 23, 2015 Mitoxantrone hydrochloride developmental 70476-82-3 July 1, 1990 Molinate developmental, female, 2212-67-1 December 11, 2009 male MON 4660 (dichloroacetyl-1- cancer 71526-07-3 March 22, 2011 oxa-4-azaspiro(4,5)-decane) MON 13900 (furilazole) cancer 121776-33-8 March 22, 2011 3-Monochloropropane-1,2- cancer 96-24-2 October 8, 2010 diol (3-MCPD) Monocrotaline cancer 315-22-0 April 1, 1988 5-(Morpholinomethyl)-3- cancer 139-91-3 April 1, 1988 [(5-nitrofurfuryl-idene)- amino]-2-oxazolidinone MOPP (vincristine-prednisone- cancer 113803-47-7 November 4, 2011 nitrogen mustard-procarbazine mixture) Mustard Gas cancer 505-60-2 February 27, 1987 MX (3-chloro-4-(dichloromethyl) cancer 77439-76-0 December 22, 2000 5-hydroxy-2(5H)-furanone) Myclobutanil developmental, male 88671-89-0 April 16, 1999 beta-Myrcene cancer 123-35-3 March 27, 2015 -16- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Nabam developmental 142-59-6 March 30, 1999 Nafarelin acetate developmental 86220-42-0 April 1, 1990 Nafenopin cancer 3771-19-5 April 1, 1988 Nalidixic acid cancer 389-08-2 May 15, 1998 Naphthalene cancer 91-20-3 April 19, 2002 1-Naphthylamine cancer 134-32-7 October 1, 1989 2-Naphthylamine cancer 91-59-8 February 27, 1987 Neomycin sulfate (internal use) developmental 1405-10-3 October 1, 1992 Netilmicin sulfate developmental 56391-57-2 July 1, 1990 Nickel (Metallic) cancer 7440-02-0 October 1, 1989 Nickel acetate cancer 373-02-4 October 1, 1989 Nickel carbonate cancer 3333-67-3 October 1, 1989 Nickel carbonyl cancer 13463-39-3 October 1, 1987 Nickel carbonyl developmental 13463-39-3 September 1, 1996 Nickel compounds cancer --- May 7, 2004 Nickel hydroxide cancer 12054-48-7; 12125-56-3 October 1, 1989 Nickelocene cancer 1271-28-9 October 1, 1989 Nickel oxide cancer 1313-99-1 October 1, 1989 Nickel refinery dust from the cancer --- October 1, 1987 pyrometallurgical process Nickel subsulfide cancer 12035-72-2 October 1, 1987 Nicotine developmental 54-11-5 April 1, 1990 Nifedipine developmental, female, 21829-25-4 January 29, 1999 male Nimodipine developmental 66085-59-4 April 24, 2001 Niridazole cancer 61-57-4 April 1, 1988 Nitrapyrin cancer 1929-82-4 October 5, 2005 Nitrapyrin developmental 1929-82-4 March 30, 1999 Nitrilotriacetic acid cancer 139-13-9 January 1, 1988 Nitrilotriacetic acid, trisodium cancer 18662-53-8 April 1, 1989 salt monohydrate 5-Nitroacenaphthene cancer 602-87-9 April 1, 1988 5-Nitro-o-anisidine Delisted December 8, 2006 cancer 99-59-2 October 1, 1989 o-Nitroanisole cancer 91-23-6 October 1, 1992 Nitrobenzene cancer 98-95-3 August 26, 1997 Nitrobenzene male 98-95-3 March 30, 2010 4-Nitrobiphenyl cancer 92-93-3 April 1, 1988 6-Nitrochrysene cancer 7496-02-8 October 1, 1990 Nitrofen (technical grade) cancer 1836-75-5 January 1, 1988 2-Nitrofluorene cancer 607-57-8 October 1, 1990 Nitrofurantoin male 67-20-9 April 1, 1991 Nitrofurazone cancer 59-87-0 January 1, 1990 1-[(5-Nitrofurfurylidene)-amino]- cancer 555-84-0 April 1, 1988 2-imidazolidinone N-[4-(5-Nitro-2-furyl)-2-thiazolyl] cancer 531-82-8 April 1, 1988 acetamide Nitrogen mustard (Mechlorethamine) cancer 51-75-2 January 1, 1988 Nitrogen mustard (Mechlorethamine) developmental 51-75-2 January 1, 1989 -17- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Nitrogen mustard hydrochloride cancer 55-86-7 April 1, 1988 (Mechlorethamine hydrochloride) Nitrogen mustard hydrochloride developmental 55-86-7 July 1, 1990 (Mechlorethamine hydrochloride) Nitrogen mustard N-oxide cancer 126-85-2 April 1, 1988 Nitrogen mustard N-oxide cancer 302-70-5 April 1, 1988 hydrochloride Nitromethane cancer 75-52-5 May 1, 1997 2-Nitropropane cancer 79-46-9 January 1, 1988 1-Nitropyrene cancer 5522-43-0 October 1, 1990 4-Nitropyrene cancer 57835-92-4 October 1, 1990 N-Nitrosodi-n-butylamine cancer 924-16-3 October 1, 1987 N-Nitrosodiethanolamine cancer 1116-54-7 January 1, 1988 N-Nitrosodiethylamine cancer 55-18-5 October 1, 1987 N-Nitrosodimethylamine cancer 62-75-9 October 1, 1987 p-Nitrosodiphenylamine cancer 156-10-5 January 1, 1988 N-Nitrosodiphenylamine cancer 86-30-6 April 1, 1988 N-Nitrosodi-n-propylamine cancer 621-64-7 January 1, 1988 N-Nitroso-N-ethylurea cancer 759-73-9 October 1, 1987 3-(N-Nitrosomethylamino)- cancer 60153-49-3 April 1, 1990 propionitrile 4-(N-Nitrosomethylamino)-1- cancer 64091-91-4 April 1, 1990 (3-pyridyl)1-butanone N-Nitrosomethyl-n-butylamine cancer 7068-83-9 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-decylamine cancer 75881-22-0 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-dodecylamine cancer 55090-44-3 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethylethylamine cancer 10595-95-6 October 1, 1989 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-heptylamine cancer 16338-99-1 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-hexylamine cancer 28538-70-7 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-nonylamine cancer 75881-19-5 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-octylamine cancer 34423-54-6 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-pentylamine cancer 13256-07-0 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-propylamine cancer 924-46-9 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-tetradecylamine cancer 75881-20-8 December 26, 2014 N-Nitrosomethyl-n-undecylamine cancer 68107-26-6 December 26, 2014 N-Nitroso-N-methylurea cancer 684-93-5 October 1, 1987 N-Nitroso-N-methylurethane cancer 615-53-2 April 1, 1988 N-Nitrosomethylvinylamine cancer 4549-40-0 January 1, 1988 N-Nitrosomorpholine cancer 59-89-2 January 1, 1988 N-Nitrosonornicotine cancer 16543-55-8 January 1, 1988 N-Nitrosopiperidine cancer 100-75-4 January 1, 1988 N-Nitrosopyrrolidine cancer 930-55-2 October 1, 1987 N-Nitrososarcosine cancer 13256-22-9 January 1, 1988 o-Nitrotoluene cancer 88-72-2 May 15, 1998 Nitrous oxide developmental, female 10024-97-2 August 1, 2008 Norethisterone (Norethindrone) cancer 68-22-4 October 1, 1989 Norethisterone (Norethindrone) developmental 68-22-4 April 1, 1990 Norethisterone acetate developmental 51-98-9 October 1, 1991 (Norethindrone acetate) Norethisterone (Norethindrone) developmental 68-22-4/ April 1, 1990 /Ethinyl estradiol 57-63-6 Norethisterone developmental 68-22-4/ April 1, 1990 (Norethindrone)/Mestranol 72-33-3 -18- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Norethynodrel cancer 68-23-5 February 27, 2001 Norgestrel developmental 6533-00-2 April 1, 1990 Ochratoxin A cancer 303-47-9 July 1, 1990 Oil Orange SS cancer 2646-17-5 April 1, 1988 Oral contraceptives, combined cancer --- October 1, 1989 Oral contraceptives, sequential cancer --- October 1, 1989 Oryzalin cancer 19044-88-3 September 12, 2008 Oxadiazon cancer 19666-30-9 July 1, 1991 Oxadiazon developmental 19666-30-9 May 15, 1998 Oxazepam cancer 604-75-1 October 1, 1994 Oxazepam developmental 604-75-1 October 1, 1992 p,p’-Oxybis(benzenesulfonyl developmental 80-51-3 August 7, 2009 hydrazide) Delisted December 13, 2013 Oxydemeton methyl female, male 301-12-2 November 6, 1998 Oxymetholone cancer 434-07-1 January 1, 1988 Oxymetholone developmental 434-07-1 May 1, 1997 Oxytetracycline (internal use) developmental 79-57-2 January 1, 1991 Oxytetracycline hydrochloride developmental 2058-46-0 October 1, 1991 (internal use) Oxythioquinox (Chinomethionat) cancer 2439-01-2 August 20, 1999 Oxythioquinox (Chinomethionat) developmental 2439-01-2 November 6, 1998 Paclitaxel developmental, female, 33069-62-4 August 26, 1997 male Palygorskite fibers (> 5µm in length) cancer 12174-11-7 December 28, 1999 Panfuran S cancer 794-93-4 January 1, 1988 Paramethadione developmental 115-67-3 July 1, 1990 Penicillamine developmental 52-67-5 January 1, 1991 Pentachlorophenol cancer 87-86-5 January 1, 1990 Pentobarbital sodium developmental 57-33-0 July 1, 1990 Pentosan polysulfate sodium cancer --- April 18, 2014 Pentostatin developmental 53910-25-1 September 1, 1996 Phenacemide developmental 63-98-9 July 1, 1990 Phenacetin cancer 62-44-2 October 1, 1989 Phenazopyridine cancer 94-78-0 January 1, 1988 Phenazopyridine hydrochloride cancer 136-40-3 January 1, 1988 Phenesterin cancer 3546-10-9 July 1, 1989 Phenobarbital cancer 50-06-6 January 1, 1990 Phenolphthalein cancer 77-09-8 May 15, 1998 Phenoxybenzamine cancer 59-96-1 April 1, 1988 Phenoxybenzamine hydrochloride cancer 63-92-3 April 1, 1988 Phenprocoumon developmental 435-97-2 October 1, 1992 o-Phenylenediamine and its salts cancer 95-54-5 May 15, 1998 Phenyl glycidyl ether cancer 122-60-1 October 1, 1990 Phenyl glycidyl ether male 122-60-1 August 7, 2009 Delisted April 4, 2014 Phenylhydrazine and its salts cancer --- July 1, 1992 o-Phenylphenate, sodium cancer 132-27-4 January 1, 1990 o-Phenylphenol cancer 90-43-7 August 4, 2000 -19- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Phenylphosphine developmental male 638-21-1 August 7, 2009 PhiP(2-Amino-1-methyl-6- cancer 105650-23-5 October 1, 1994 phenylimidazol[4,5-b]pyridine) Pimozide developmental, female 2062-78-4 August 20, 1999 Pioglitazone cancer 111025-46-8 April 18, 2014 Pipobroman developmental 54-91-1 July 1, 1990 Pirimicarb cancer 23103-98-2 July 1, 2008 Plicamycin developmental 18378-89-7 April 1, 1990 Polybrominated biphenyls cancer --- January 1, 1988 Polybrominated biphenyls developmental --- October 1, 1994 Polychlorinated biphenyls cancer --- October 1, 1989 Polychlorinated biphenyls developmental --- January 1, 1991 Polychlorinated biphenyls cancer --- January 1, 1988 (containing 60 or more percent chlorine by molecular weight) Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins cancer --- October 1, 1992 Polychlorinated dibenzofurans cancer --- October 1, 1992 Polygeenan cancer 53973-98-1 January 1, 1988 Ponceau MX cancer 3761-53-3 April 1, 1988 Ponceau 3R cancer 3564-09-8 April 1, 1988 Potassium bromate cancer 7758-01-2 January 1, 1990 Potassium dimethyldithiocarbamate developmental 128-03-0 March 30 1999 Pravastatin sodium developmental 81131-70-6 March 3, 2000 Prednisolone sodium phosphate developmental 125-02-0 August 20, 1999 Primidone cancer 125-33-7 August 20, 1999 Procarbazine cancer 671-16-9 January 1, 1988 Procarbazine hydrochloride cancer 366-70-1 January 1, 1988 developmental July 1, 1990 Procymidone cancer 32809-16-8 October 1, 1994 Progesterone cancer 57-83-0 January 1, 1988 Pronamide cancer 23950-58-5 May 1, 1996 Propachlor cancer 1918-16-7 February 27, 2001 1,3-Propane sultone cancer 1120-71-4 January 1, 1988 Propargite cancer 2312-35-8 October 1, 1994 Propargite developmental 2312-35-8 June 15, 1999 beta-Propiolactone cancer 57-57-8 January 1, 1988 Propoxur cancer 114-26-1 August 11, 2006 Propylene glycol mono-t-butyl ether cancer 57018-52-7 June 11, 2004 Propylene oxide cancer 75-56-9 October 1, 1988 Propylthiouracil cancer 51-52-5 January 1, 1988 Propylthiouracil developmental 51-52-5 July 1, 1990 Pulegone cancer 89-82-7 April 18, 2014 Pymetrozine cancer 123312-89-0 March 22, 2011 Pyridine cancer 110-86-1 May 17, 2002 Pyrimethamine developmental 58-14-0 January 29, 1999 Quazepam developmental 36735-22-5 August 26, 1997 Quinoline and its strong acid salts cancer --- October 24, 1997 Quizalofop-ethyl male 76578-14-8 December 24, 1999 Radionuclides cancer --- July 1, 1989 -20- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Reserpine cancer 50-55-5 October 1, 1989 Residual (heavy) fuel oils cancer --- October 1, 1990 Resmethrin cancer 10453-86-8 July 1, 2008 Resmethrin developmental 10453-86-8 November 6, 1998 Retinol/retinyl esters, when in developmental --- July 1, 1989 daily dosages in excess of 10,000 IU, or 3,000 retinol equivalents. (NOTE: Retinol/retinyl esters are required and essential for maintenance of normal reproductive function. The recommended daily level during pregnancy is 8,000 IU.) Ribavirin developmental 36791-04-5 April 1, 1990 Ribavirin male 36791-04-5 February 27, 2001 Riddelliine cancer 23246-96-0 December 3, 2004 Rifampin developmental, female 13292-46-1 February 27, 2001 Saccharin Delisted April 6, 2001 cancer 81-07-2 October 1, 1989 Saccharin, sodium cancer 128-44-9 January 1, 1988 Delisted January 17, 2003 Safrole cancer 94-59-7 January 1, 1988 Salted fish, Chinese-style cancer --- April 29, 2011 Secobarbital sodium developmental 309-43-3 October 1, 1992 Selenium sulfide cancer 7446-34-6 October 1, 1989 Sermorelin acetate developmental --- August 20, 1999 Shale-oils cancer 68308-34-9 April 1, 1990 Silica, crystalline (airborne particles cancer --- October 1, 1988 of respirable size) Sodium dimethyldithiocarbamate developmental 128-04-1 March 30 1999 Sodium fluoroacetate male 62-74-8 November 6, 1998 Soots, tars, and mineral oils cancer --- February 27, 1987 (untreated and mildly treated oils and used engine oils) Spirodiclofen cancer 148477-71-8 October 8, 2010 Spironolactone cancer 52-01-7 May 1, 1997 Stanozolol cancer 10418-03-8 May 1, 1997 Sterigmatocystin cancer 10048-13-2 April 1, 1988 Streptomycin sulfate developmental 3810-74-0 January 1, 1991 Streptozocin (streptozotocin) developmental, female, 18883-66-4 August 20, 1999 male Streptozotocin (streptozocin) cancer 18883-66-4 January 1, 1988 Strong inorganic acid mists cancer --- March 14, 2003 containing sulfuric acid Styrene oxide cancer 96-09-3 October 1, 1988 Sulfallate cancer 95-06-7 January 1, 1988 Sulfasalazine cancer 599-79-1 May 15, 1998 (salicylazosulfapyridine) Sulfasalazine male 599-79-1 January 29, 1999 (salicylazosulfapyridine) Sulfur dioxide developmental 7446-09-5 July 29, 2011 Sulindac developmental, female 38194-50-2 January 29, 1999 -21- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Talc containing asbestiform fibers cancer --- April 1, 1990 Tamoxifen and its salts cancer 10540-29-1 September 1, 1996 Tamoxifen citrate developmental 54965-24-1 July 1, 1990 Temazepam developmental 846-50-4 April 1, 1990 Teniposide developmental 29767-20-2 September 1, 1996 Terbacil developmental 5902-51-2 May 18, 1999 Teriparatide cancer 52232-67-4 August 14, 2015 Terrazole cancer 2593-15-9 October 1, 1994 Testosterone and its esters cancer 58-22-0 April 1, 1988 Testosterone cypionate developmental 58-20-8 October 1, 1991 Testosterone enanthate developmental 315-37-7 April 1, 1990 3,3′,4,4′-Tetrachloroazobenzene cancer 14047-09-7 July 24, 2012 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p- cancer 1746-01-6 January 1, 1988 dioxin (TCDD) 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo-p- developmental 1746-01-6 April 1, 1991 dioxin (TCDD) 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane cancer 630-20-6 September 13, 2013 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane cancer 79-34-5 July 1, 1990 Tetrachloroethylene cancer 127-18-4 April 1, 1988 (Perchloroethylene) p-a,a,a-Tetrachlorotoluene cancer 5216-25-1 January 1, 1990 Tetracycline (internal use) developmental 60-54-8 October 1, 1991 Tetracyclines (internal use) developmental --- October 1, 1992 Tetracycline hydrochloride developmental 64-75-5 January 1, 1991 (internal use) Tetrafluoroethylene cancer 116-14-3 May 1, 1997 Tetranitromethane cancer 509-14-8 July 1, 1990 Thalidomide developmental 50-35-1 July 1, 1987 Thioacetamide cancer 62-55-5 January 1, 1988 4,4'-Thiodianiline cancer 139-65-1 April 1, 1988 Thiodicarb cancer 59669-26-0 August 20, 1999 Thioguanine developmental 154-42-7 July 1, 1990 Thiophanate methyl female, male 23564-05-8 May 18, 1999 Thiouracil cancer 141-90-2 June 11, 2004 Thiourea cancer 62-56-6 January 1, 1988 Thorium dioxide cancer 1314-20-1 February 27, 1987 Titanium dioxide (airborne, cancer --- September 2, 2011 unbound particles of respirable size) Tobacco, oral use of cancer --- April 1, 1988 smokeless products Tobacco smoke cancer --- April 1, 1988 Tobacco smoke (primary) developmental, female, --- April 1, 1988 male Tobramycin sulfate developmental 49842-07-1 July 1, 1990 Toluene developmental 108-88-3 January 1, 1991 female 108-88-3 August 7, 2009 Toluene diisocyanate cancer 26471-62-5 October 1, 1989 o-Toluidine cancer 95-53-4 January 1, 1988 o-Toluidine hydrochloride cancer 636-21-5 January 1, 1988 para-Toluidine cancer 106-49-0 January 1, 1990 -22- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals Delisted October 29, 1999 Topiramate Toxaphene (Polychlorinated developmental cancer 97240-79-4 8001-35-2 November 27, 2015 January 1, 1988 camphenes) Toxins derived from Fusarium cancer --- August 7, 2009 Moniliforme (Fusarium verticillioides) Treosulfan cancer 299-75-2 February 27, 1987 Triadimefon developmental, female, 43121-43-3 March 30, 1999 male Triamterene cancer 396-01-0 April 18, 2014 Triazolam developmental 28911-01-5 April 1, 1990 S,S,S-Tributyl phosphorotrithioate cancer 78-48-8 February 25, 2011 (Tribufos, DEF) Tributyltin methacrylate developmental 2155-70-6 December 1, 1999 Trichlormethine (Trimustine cancer 817-09-4 January 1, 1992 hydrochloride) Trichloroacetic acid cancer 76-03-9 September 13, 2013 Trichloroethylene cancer 79-01-6 April 1, 1988 Trichloroethylene developmental, male 79-01-6 January 31, 2014 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol cancer 88-06-2 January 1, 1988 1,2,3-Trichloropropane cancer 96-18-4 October 1,1992 Trientine hydrochloride developmental 38260-01-4 February 27, 2001 Triforine developmental 26644-46-2 June 18, 1999 1,3,5-Triglycidyl-s-triazinetrione male 2451-62-9 August 7, 2009 Delisted December 13, 2013 Trilostane developmental 13647-35-3 April 1, 1990 Trimethadione developmental 127-48-0 January 1, 1991 2,4,5-Trimethylaniline and cancer --- October 24, 1997 its strong acid salts Trimethyl phosphate cancer 512-56-1 May 1, 1996 Trimetrexate glucuronate developmental 82952-64-5 August 26, 1997 2,4,6-Trinitrotoluene cancer 118-96-7 December 19, 2008 Triphenyltin hydroxide cancer 76-87-9 July 1, 1992 Triphenyltin hydroxide developmental 76-87-9 March 18, 2002 Tris(aziridinyl)-p-benzoquinone cancer 68-76-8 October 1, 1989 (Triaziquone) Delisted December 8, 2006 Tris(1-aziridinyl)phosphine cancer 52-24-4 January 1, 1988 sulfide (Thiotepa) Tris(2-chloroethyl) phosphate cancer 115-96-8 April 1, 1992 Tris(2,3-dibromopropyl)phosphate cancer 126-72-7 January 1, 1988 Tris(1,3-dichloro-2-propyl) cancer 13674-87-8 October 28, 2011 phosphate (TDCPP) Trp-P-1 (Tryptophan-P-1) cancer 62450-06-0 April 1, 1988 Trp-P-2 (Tryptophan-P-2) cancer 62450-07-1 April 1, 1988 Trypan blue (commercial grade) cancer 72-57-1 October 1, 1989 Unleaded gasoline (wholly cancer --- April 1, 1988 vaporized) Uracil mustard cancer 66-75-1 April 1, 1988 developmental, female, January 1, 1992 -23- Proposition 65 List of Chemicals male Urethane (Ethyl carbamate) cancer 51-79-6 January 1, 1988 developmental October 1, 1994 Urofollitropin developmental 97048-13-0 April 1, 1990 Valproate (Valproic acid) developmental 99-66-1 July 1, 1987 Vanadium pentoxide (orthorhombic cancer 1314-62-1 February 11, 2005 crystalline form) Vinblastine sulfate developmental 143-67-9 July 1, 1990 Vinclozolin cancer 50471-44-8 August 20, 1999 developmental May 15, 1998 Vincristine sulfate developmental 2068-78-2 July 1, 1990 Vinyl bromide cancer 593-60-2 October 1, 1988 Vinyl chloride cancer 75-01-4 February 27, 1987 4-Vinylcyclohexene cancer 100-40-3 May 1, 1996 4-Vinyl-cyclohexene female, male 100-40-3 August 7, 2009 4-Vinyl-1-cyclohexene diepoxide cancer 106-87-6 July 1, 1990 (Vinyl cyclohexene dioxide) Vinyl cyclohexene dioxide female, male 106-87-6 August 1, 2008 (4-Vinyl-1-cyclohexene diepoxide) Vinyl fluoride cancer 75-02-5 May 1, 1997 Vinyl trichloride (1,1,2- cancer 79-00-5 October 1, 1990 Trichloroethane) Warfarin developmental 81-81-2 July 1, 1987 Wood dust cancer --- December 18, 2009 2,6-Xylidine (2,6-Dimethylaniline) cancer 87-62-7 January 1, 1991 Zalcitabine cancer 7481-89-2 August 7, 2009 Zidovudine (AZT) cancer 30516-87-1 December 18, 2009 Zileuton cancer, developmental, 111406-87-2 December 22, 2000 female Zineb Delisted October 29, 1999 cancer 12122-67-7 January 1, 1990 Date: December 4, 2015
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