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Introduction
I.  Non-scientific Decisions Inherent in the Logical Structure of Findings About Risk
II.  Non-scientific Decisions Inherent in the Scientific
Warrant for Findings about Risk

    A.  Five Types of Scientific Uncertainty in Warranting Risk Determinations
        1.  Conceptual Uncertainty
        2.  Measurement Uncertainty
        3.  Sampling Uncertainty
        4.  Modeling Uncertainty
        5.  Causal Uncertainty
    B. Risk Assessment, Scientific Uncertainty, and Science Policies
III.  Examples of Triggering Findings About Risk
    A. Examples of Food Safety Triggers in the United States
    B.  Examples of Risk Triggers in the European Community
    C. Examples of Risk Triggers in World Trade Organization Disputes
Conclusion