Challenges to environmental toxicology and epidemiology: where do we stand and which way do we go?

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Modern toxicology investigates a wide array of both old and new health hazards. Priority setting is needed to select agents for research from the plethora of exposure circumstances. The changing societies and a growing fraction of the aged have to be taken into consideration. A precise exposure assessment is of importance for risk estimation and regulation… (More)

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@article{Pesch2004ChallengesTE, title={Challenges to environmental toxicology and epidemiology: where do we stand and which way do we go?}, author={Beate Pesch and Thomas Br{\"u}ning and Rainer Frentzel-Beyme and Georg Johnen and Volker Harth and W. Hoffmann and Y. Ko and U. Ranft and Ulrich Traugott and R. H. Thier and Dirk Taeger and Hilde Bolt}, journal={Toxicology letters}, year={2004}, volume={151 1}, pages={255-66} }