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Phasing out is not enough — the problem with fluorinated chemicals in wildlife

By October 6, 2020October 13th, 2020PFAS in the news

During a time of cultural and political polarization, a class of chemicals called per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS, may be one of the few commonalities shared by all Americans. These human-created industrial chemicals are found in the blood of 99 percent of U.S. adults, as well as babies in the womb and children. Read more…