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Flawed Science and Modeling by EPA Result in Adverse Public Health Impacts

 EOSA
  2nd-Nov-2018
Description: The Ethylene oxide sterilization assessment EPA has finalized its evaluation of the Inhalation carcinogenicity of ethylene oxide. This assessment addresses the potential carcinogenicity from long-term inhalation exposure to ethylene oxide.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Biology
Contributing Organization: EOSA
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EOSA

The Ethylene Oxide Sterilization Association, Inc.
Managed by B&C® Consortia Management, L.L.C.

Flawed Science and Modeling by EPA Result in Inappropriate Conclusions
That Could Have Disastrous Adverse Public Health Impacts

The Ethylene Oxide IRIS Assessment and Recent Federal Reports on Ethylene Oxide
Emissions
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