Risk estimation for carcinogens based on epidemiological data: a structured approach, illustrated by an example on chromium.

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It is generally recognized that human, epidemiological data, if available, are preferred as the starting point for quantitative risk analysis above the use of data from animal studies. Although methods to obtain proper risk estimates from epidemiological data are available, several impediments prevent their widespread application. These impediments include… (More)

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@article{Goldbohm2006RiskEF, title={Risk estimation for carcinogens based on epidemiological data: a structured approach, illustrated by an example on chromium.}, author={R Alexandra Goldbohm and Erik L J P Tielemans and Dick J. J. Heederik and C. M. Rubingh and S C A M Dekkers and Marianne I Willems and E Dinant Kroese}, journal={Regulatory toxicology and pharmacology : RTP}, year={2006}, volume={44 3}, pages={294-310} }