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Avoided and avoidable risks of cancer.

Life-threatening hyperkalaemia during a haemodialysis session: an avoidable risk.

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Identification of Nontoxic Substructures: A New Strategy to Avoid Potential Toxicity Risk

Importance of cerebral artery risk evaluation before off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting to avoid perioperative stroke

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The risk of disease at some unspecified future period that could be avoided by a specified shift to a more favorable exposure distribution of recognized risks. For example, the risk of disease and premature death from smoking-related diseases could be reduced by reduction of smoking rates.

Subjects: Environmental Science — Public Health and Epidemiology.


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