Louis Anthony Cox

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Suppose that a residential neighborhood may have been contaminated by a nearby abandoned hazardous waste site. The suspected contamination consists of elevated soil concentrations of chemicals that are also found in the absence of site-related contamination. How should a risk manager decide which residential properties to sample and which ones to clean?(More)
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Many countries have multiple critical infrastructures that are potentially vulnerable to deliberate attacks by terrorists or other intelligent adversaries. determining how best to protect these and other critical infrastructures against intelligent attacks has become a topic of great concern. Researchers and practitioners have attempted a variety of(More)
Human cancer risks from benzene have been estimated from epidemiological data, with supporting evidence from animal bioassay data. This article reexamines the animal-based risk assessments using physiologically based pharmacokinetic (PBPK) models of benzene metabolism in animals and humans. Internal doses (total benzene metabolites) from oral gavage(More)
ways. Thus, confounding factors for the association between resistance and death may differ for E. faecium and S. aureus, and analysis of the 2 organisms should be conducted separately. This is consistent with the results of Kaye et al. who showed that the effect of resistance was higher for S. aureus (odds ratio [OR] 3.4) than for E. faecium (OR 2.5) by(More)
References 1. Anti-tuberculosis drug resistance in the world report no. 3 [monograph on the Internet]. Luh KT. Antituberculosis drug resistance among retreatment tuberculosis patients in a referral center in Taipei. The decline of high drug resistance rate of pulmonary Myco-bacterium tuberculosis isolates from a southern Taiwan medical centre, To the(More)