The Environmental Protection Agency's current testing requirements for endocrine disruptors are "highly unlikely" to let any exposure concerns fall through the cracks, according to a draft paper from the EPA. The National Academies is set to review the paper, which could poke holes in arguments that these chemicals can carry exposure risks not detected by traditional studies and risk assessments. The paper does not assess specific tests used under the Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program.

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