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IRIS Toxicological Review of Trichloroethylene (Interagency Science Consultation Draft)
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|Aug 2001||EPA released an External review draft Trichloroethylene Health Risk Assessment: Synthesis and Characterization for public review and comment.|
|Dec 2002||EPA's Science Advisory Board released an independent peer review report Review of Draft Trichloroethylene Health Risk Assessment: Synthesis and Characterization: An EPA Science Advisory Board Report (PDF, 83 pp, 376 KB, about PDF).|
|Feb 2004||EPA hosted a Symposium on New Scientific Research Related to the Health Effects of Trichloroethylene held in Washington, DC.|
|Sep 2004||The National Academy of Science (NAS) initiated the project “Assessing the Human Health Risks of Trichloroethylene : Key Scientific Issues” under sponsorship of EPA and other federal agencies.|
|Feb 2005||EPA submitted four TCE issue papers on key scientific issues to the NAS.|
|July 2006||The National Academy of Science (NAS) released the report Assessing the Human Health Risks of Trichloroethylene: Key Scientific Issues Consultation.|
|Sep 2009||EPA hosted an interagency science discussion on the review of the draft Toxicological Review of Trichloroethylene.|
|Oct 2009||EPA Science Advisory Board (SAB) releases Federal Register Notice requesting nominations of experts for the SAB TCE Review Panel.|
|Nov 2009||EPA releases the External Reviewer Draft for public comment and review.|
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