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Appendix H-1: Some Definitional Concerns About Variability
Pages 503-504

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... For example, some factors that cause genetic predisposition to the carcinogenic effect of chemicals are correlated with race, sex, or age. If society deems that those who are predisposed already deserve special attention because of the other factors, the importance of the variability is heightened.

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