Email Communication from Steve Risotto, American Chemistry Council, August 5, 2011

From: Risotto, Steve [Steve_Risotto@americanchemistry.com]
Sent: Friday, August 05, 2011 3:56 PM
To: Babich, Michael
Subject: article by Clark et al article
Attachments: Clark et al 2011 - Modeling PE exposure.pdf; EC SCHER opinion on chemical mixtures.pdf

Mike –

Kathy Clark’s exposure article will appear in the next issue of Human and Ecological Risk Assessment.  A pre-print version of the article is available on the HERA web site – a copy is attached for your convenience.  We have made arrangements with the journal for Open Access to the article – hopefully they will straighten that out soon.  As the CHAP members seem to have forgotten Kathy’s presentation from last July, I would appreciate if you could pass a copy along to them.

I also have attached the preliminary opinion from the European Scientific Committee on Health and Environmental Risks on the toxi= city of mixtures.   The opinion rejects the notion of considering comm= on adverse outcomes advanced by the 2008 NAS report.  More information on= the opinion can be found at http://ec.europa.eu/health/scientific_committees/consultations/public_consultations/scher_consultation_06_en.htm.

Steve
steve_risotto@americanchemistry.com
703-741-5501 (o)
571-255-0381 (m)

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