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EPA proposes assessment review model for endocrine

1:49 PM MST | January 3, 2013 | —Kara Sissell

EPA says it is working on a “state of the science” paper to update its research on low-dose health effects for endocrine disruptors. The findings will provide information to help inform how EPA assesses the safety of chemicals by determining if current methods adequately portray possible links between levels of exposure and adverse health effects, the agency says. Risk assessments for low-dose effects—or nonmonotonic dose response curves (NMDRCs)—for endocrine disruptors have generated considerable differences of opinion among scientists...

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