Inorganic arsenic in Chinese food and its cancer risk.

  title={Inorganic arsenic in Chinese food and its cancer risk.},
  author={Gang Li and Guo-xin Sun and Paul N Williams and Lu{\'i}s Nunes and Yong-guan Zhu},
  journal={Environment international},
  volume={37 7},
Even moderate arsenic exposure may lead to health problems, and thus quantifying inorganic arsenic (iAs) exposure from food for different population groups in China is essential. By analyzing the data from the China National Nutrition and Health Survey (CNNHS) and collecting reported values of iAs in major food groups, we developed a framework of calculating average iAs daily intake for different regions of China. Based on this framework, cancer risks from iAs in food was deterministically and… CONTINUE READING
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