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Michigan PFAS activist has cancer, says she’s not surprised

By October 7, 2020October 13th, 2020PFAS in the news

Belmont – A woman who was honored by the federal government for her environmental activism in western Michigan has been diagnosed with cancer.

Sandy Wynn-Stelt told WOOD-TV that her thyroid and lymph nodes were removed last week. She has lived for more than 30 years across from a Kent County site where Wolverine Worldwide dumped PFAS-tainted sludge. Read more…