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The issue-focused, peer-reviewed article reflects on how the degree of toxicity of substances should be determined. Two opposing views are presented. First, the dose makes the poison which maintains that all chemicals are toxic at high enough doses and the counterargument is that chemical sensitivity varies considerably, depending on species and life stages. To protect human and environmental health in spite of this uncertainty, some governments adhere to the Precautionary Principle.
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