7/1/2009

A report from the nonpartisan, nonprofit group STATS raises questions about evidence showing health risks from bisphenol A. The report notes that scientists, regulators and politicians in Europe, Japan and Australia say the evidence against the chemical is flawed or irrelevant, and the National Institutes of Health is acknowledging that some of the research showing BPA to be deadly is flawed.

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