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Environmental regulation in the United States has been characterized by short-term decisions with unknown or unanticipated long-term public health consequences. Some propose to use our inability to predict possible long-term consequences of environmental health regulation as a justification for replacing risk assessment with the “pre-cautionary principle” as the dominant paradigm for making regulatory decisions.

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3-2002

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