The **In a Million Cancer Risk** is a risk level of 1 in a million implies a likelihood that up to one person, out of one million equally exposed people would contract cancer if exposed continuously (24 hours per day) to the specific Concentration over 70 years (an assumed lifetime).

This would be in addition to those cancer cases that would normally occur in an unexposed population of one million people. Note that this assessment looks at lifetime cancer risks, which should not be confused with or compared to annual cancer risk estimates. If you would like to compare an annual cancer risk estimate with the results in this assessment, you would need to multiply that annual estimate by a factor of 70 or alternatively divide the lifetime risk by a factor of 70. A 1 in million lifetime risk to the public in 1996 was 250 cancer cases over a 70 year period.

(-->"N" in a Million Cancer Risk)

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