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           <p>Risk characterization is the integration of information on how much dose was received (from the exposure assessment <add link to exposure assessment page>) with how much risk is associated different doses (from the dose response assessment <add link to dose response page>) to estimate a probability of harm (that is, risk).
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           <p>Risk characterization is the integration of information on how much dose was received (from the exposure assessment <href="http://wiki.camra.msu.edu/index.php?title=Category%3AHelp">) with how much risk is associated different doses (from the dose response assessment <add link to dose response page>) to estimate a probability of harm (that is, risk).
 
           <p>Risk characterizations range from simply plugging a dose into dose response function to get a single to more sophistic
 
           <p>Risk characterizations range from simply plugging a dose into dose response function to get a single to more sophistic
  

Revision as of 14:26, 16 November 2012

What is Risk Characterization?

Risk characterization is the integration of information on how much dose was received (from the exposure assessment ) with how much risk is associated different doses (from the dose response assessment ) to estimate a probability of harm (that is, risk).

Risk characterizations range from simply plugging a dose into dose response function to get a single to more sophistic

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