Utility of Bradford Hill 65 for weak carcinogens Free

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Mr Paolo Vineis discusses the links between meat and cancer, the multi-stage model and new directions in risk assessment.

This lecture was filmed at the 'Association or causation in miasmas and mixtures: current reflections on Bradford Hill's 1965 contribution to public health' meeting at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 13th of October 2016

Length: 00:23:47

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:07:23 - The new and evolving background for biological plausibility
00:16:14 - Causality: evolution of biological plausibility
00:21:17 - Conclusion
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