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by Charles D Holland,Robert L Sielken

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ISBN:
0131171100
Author:
Charles D Holland,Robert L Sielken
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Prentice Hall; 1 edition (January 1, 1993)
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386 pages
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This volume covers widely-used classical models for cancer formation, virtually safe doses, recent advances in the modelling and analysis of dose-response experiment, and a weight-of-evidence approach to quantitative cancer-risk assessment. ISBN13:9780131171107. Release Date:April 1993.

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Quantitative cancer modeling and risk assessment. The assessment uses a nested Monte Carlo model that separately characterizes uncertainty and variation in dose rate estimates. Estimated Rates of Fish Consumption by Anglers Participating in the Connecticut Housatonic River Creel Survey. Uncertainty resulting from limited data on the fate and transport of TCDD are evaluated, and variations in estimated dose rates in the exposed population that result from location-specific parameters and individuals' behaviors are characterized. Charles Donald Holland, Robert L.

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Quantitative cancer modeling and risk assessment. Selection criteria for mathematical models used in exposure assessments: Surface water models. PTR Prentice Hall, Inc. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Assessment of variability and uncertainty distributions for practical risk analyses. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Cancer risk assessment for 1,3-butadiene: dose-response modeling from an epidemiological perspective

Are you Robert L Sielken? Register this Author. Register with ORCID iD. PUBLICATIONS 21. Robert L Sielken. About publications (21) network. Quantitative risk assessment of exposures to butadiene in EU occupational settings based on the University of Alabama at Birmingham epidemiological study. Authors: Robert L Sielken Ciriaco Valdez-Flores. Cancer risk assessment for 1,3-butadiene: dose-response modeling from an epidemiological perspective. Authors: Robert L Sielken Ciriaco Valdez-Flores Michael L Gargas Christopher R Kirman M Jane Teta Elizabeth Delzell.

Risk assessment methodology. The occurrence of cancers is known to be related to a number of factors, including age, sex, time, and ethnicity, as well as exposure to environmental agents such as ionizing radiation. Understanding the role of exposure in the occurrence of cancer in the presence of modifying effects is a difficult problem. Contributing to the difficulty are the stochastic nature of cancer occurrence, both background and exposure related, and the fact that radiogenic cancers are indistinguishable from nonradiogenic cancers.

This volume covers widely-used classical models for cancer formation, virtually safe doses, recent advances in the modelling and analysis of dose-response experiment, and a weight-of-evidence approach to quantitative cancer-risk assessment.