Estimates of exposures to perchlorate from consumption of human milk, dairy milk, and water, and comparison to current reference dose.

@article{BaierAnderson2006EstimatesOE,
  title={Estimates of exposures to perchlorate from consumption of human milk, dairy milk, and water, and comparison to current reference dose.},
  author={Cal Baier-Anderson and Benjamin C. Blount and Judy S Lakind and Daniel Q. Naiman and Sharon B Wilbur and Shirlee Tan},
  journal={Journal of toxicology and environmental health. Part A},
  year={2006},
  volume={69 3-4},
  pages={319-30}
}
To develop an enforceable drinking water standard from a health-based reference dose, sources of exposure and relevant exposure factors across the U.S. population must be considered. Human exposures, expressed as an estimated daily exposure, can be used to evaluate the health protectiveness of a range of potential regulatory values, thus providing a scientific foundation on which decisions can be based. Recent evidence points to detectable levels of perchlorate in milk and other foods. The… CONTINUE READING