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IRIS Toxicological Review of Inorganic Arsenic (Cancer) (Interagency Science Consultation Draft)
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|1988||EPA published the IRIS Health Hazard Assessment for Inorganic Arsenic.|
|1999||NRC reviewed the 1988 IRIS assessment and the available health data for inorganic arsenic and made recommendations for updating the cancer assessment in Arsenic in Drinking Water.|
|2001||NRC updated the NRC (1999) report and evaluated the toxicological risk and health effects of arsenic as relevant to the 2001 Arsenic Rule in Arsenic in Drinking Water – 2001 Update.|
|2001||NRC reviewed the 2001 Primary Drinking Water Standard for inorganic Arsenic and made recommendations for applying epidemiologic data in the cancer health assessment.|
|2003||EPA started a reassessment of the IRIS assessment for inorganic arsenic.|
|Jul 2005||EPA submitted the 2005 EPA reassessment of cancer assessment for inorganic arsenic to EPA’s Science Advisory Board (SAB) for review.|
|Jun 2007||SAB posted the 2007 SAB Response to the 2005 EPA reassessment of inorganic arsenic (cancer). [Link to the SAB Report and Review Panel Meetings]|
|Oct 2008||The draft IRIS Toxicological Review for Inorganic Arsenic (cancer) was submitted to OMB for interagency review.|
|Jun 2009||EPA hosted an interagency science consultation on the draft IRIS Toxicological Review of Inorganic Arsenic.|
|Feb 2010||EPA released the draft IRIS Toxicological Review for Inorganic Arsenic (cancer) to SAB and simultaneously to the public for review and comment, focusing on EPA’s responses to the SAB (2007) report.|
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