Cancer Guidelines Implementation: Setting Priorities for Future Assessments of Chemicals/Agents (Draft)

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The Agency is committed to implement its revised Guidelines for Carcinogen Risk Assessment (Guidelines) through future reassessment and new assessment activities (subsequently referred to as assessments) once the Guidelines are issued as final. Each of these activities have implications for the Agency's overall assessment agenda and science consensus process. Therefore, a reasonable and consistent process for priority-setting for assessments of chemicals/agents is necessary.

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