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The Linear Non-threshold Extrapolation of Dose-Response Curves Is a Challenge for Managing the Risk Associated with Occupational Exposure to Carcinogenic Agents

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  • Antonio Mutti Redazione LA MEDICINA DEL LAVORO Clinica del Lavoro "L. Devoto" Via S. Barnaba, 820122 Milano - tel. 02 503 20125 - fax 02 503 20126 - redazione@lamedicinadellavoro.it

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https://doi.org/10.23749/mdl.v114i1.14176

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Antonio Mutti, Redazione LA MEDICINA DEL LAVORO Clinica del Lavoro "L. Devoto" Via S. Barnaba, 820122 Milano - tel. 02 503 20125 - fax 02 503 20126 - redazione@lamedicinadellavoro.it

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