Critics: EPA used out-of-date research to defend chemical testing of low-dose hormone effects
from Boulder Weekly
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has concluded that current testing of hormone-altering chemicals is adequate for detecting low-dose effects that may jeopardize health. It comes in response to a report written last year by 12 scientists who criticized the government's decades-old strategy for testing the safety of many chemicals found in the environment and in consumer products.
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