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Is it accurate to say that something is a risk for humans if the only cancer studies have been done on rats (and other animals)?


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Is it accurate to say that something is a risk for humans if the only
cancer studies have been done on rats (and other animals)?


One extrapolates to all mammals. What do you propose? That we line up a
bunch of human babies and force them to smoke cigarettes, wear mascara, use
sunblock under lamps until they are one?


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On Thu, 15 Apr 2010 11:28:20 +0200, Giusi wrote:

"blair" ha scritto nel messaggio

Is it accurate to say that something is a risk for humans if the only
cancer studies have been done on rats (and other animals)?


One extrapolates to all mammals. What do you propose? That we line up a
bunch of human babies and force them to smoke cigarettes, wear mascara, use
sunblock under lamps until they are one?


cool! i bet a lot of rats and rabbits would complain about being out of a
job, though.

your pal,
blake


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