Call for data relevant to the hazard assessment of Bisphenol A
To ensure a thorough re-evaluation of BPA, EFSA is launching a public call for data in order to acquire documented information to be used for the hazard assessment of BPA.
The data sent to EFSA by means of this call will undergo the same screening for relevance and appraisal procedures foreseen for studies gathered through bibliographic searches, following the guidelines described in the BPA hazard assessment protocol. The purpose of this call for data is to offer to interested parties and/or stakeholders the opportunity to submit human and animal hazard studies/data (published, unpublished or newly generated) relevant to the re-evaluation of BPA and its TDI (EFSA Highlights, 23 March 2018).
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