Some of these include the confounding of a factor of interest with other potential factors, the inability to tell from a biomarker whether the source is organic or inorganic, and the very short half-life of arsenic in the body. Because of these limitations, if a biomonitoring study is not carefully targeted to a particular source and population with an adequate sample size, a high probability of a false negative result may be present. [...] it would be worthwhile to conduct a biomonitoring study of arsenic exposure in children aged 1-3 that includes wipes of living areas adjacent to entryways from CCA-decks as a potential predictor of exposure.
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