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The dose for an incremental lifetime cancer risk of 10-6

(a) Increases as the estimated cancer slope factor increases
(b) Decreases as the estimated cancer slope factor increases
(c) Is independent of the value of the cancer slope factor

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    (b) At a higher risk/dose slope factor, a smaller dose is needed to increase the risk by a given amount.

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