Instead, the biologic approach gives a mechanistic underpinning to the epidemiology and biophysical interpretations of risk. Together, they lead to a more comprehensive understanding of cancer risks posed by low ambient radiation exposures and provide a rational basis for quantitative exposure risk assessment and mitigation by multimedia approaches to risk reduction.
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