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By W. E. Hobbs and Ph. D


The health risk of carcinogens in the environment is managed through the application of a single parameter, the unit risk. This is effectively the probability that an average person will contract cancer and die as the result of a seventy-year exposure to a given substance at a constant concentration of one unit. The unit of exposure depends on the specific carcinogen. Generally

Year: 2013
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