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Lancaster University comments on EFSA's BPA hazard assessment protocol

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Paul Whaley - Speaker


Lancaster Environment Centre responded to the EFSA Public Consultation on its protocol for a new hazard assessment of bisphenol-A. We said that while the publication of the protocol was welcome, its intent to be systematic was undermined by use of a number of ad-hoc methods. We suggest options for improvement. A number of changes were made by EFSA to the protocol in response to our suggestions, published in December 2017.

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TitleWorkshop on bisphenol A (BPA) hazard assessment protocol
Abbreviated titleEFSA 2017 BPA Protocol Consultation
LocationFour Points by Sheraton
Degree of recognitionInternational event