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Should Hormesis Be the Default Model in Risk Assessment?
Reprint of an issue of “Belle (Biological Effects

Our Price: $20.00
By Edward J. Calabrese (au)
Year: 2005
Pages: 31
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437904610

Reprint of an issue of “Belle (Biological Effects of Low Level Exposures) Newsletter.” Contents: Intro.: Should Hormesis Be the Default Model in Risk Assessment?, by Edward Calabrese; How Much is Enough to Accept Hormesis as the Default?, by Michael Jaycock; A Critique of the Use of Hormesis in Risk Assessment, by Kirk Kitchin and J. Wanzer Drane; Examining the Risks and Benefits of Replacing Traditional Dose-Response with Hormesis, by John  Pickrell and Frederick Oehme; Hormesis and Risk Assessment, by Karl Rozman; Hormesis: How It Could Affect the Risk Assessment Process, by Edward Calabrese and Ralph Cook; and Commentary: Can Hormesis Be a Default for Dose-Response?, by Barbara Callahan. Tables and graphs.

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