Benefit-Risk Decision Making and Food Safety
... the real and legitimate goal of the sciences is the endowment of human life with new inventions and riches... not to make imperfect man perfect but to make imperfect man comfortable, happy, and healthy.
KeywordsInfant Mortality Food Safety Iron Deficiency Anemia Acceptable Risk Endemic Goiter
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