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Groundbreaking studies on ‘forever chemicals’ ramping up

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — Andrea Amico remembers learning her family had been exposed to toxic chemicals.

“Feeling really upset that my family was exposed and not knowing what that could mean for their health,” Amico said.

Her husband and two older children drank the water contaminated with PFAS chemicals at Pease Tradeport, at work, and at daycare.

But nearly seven years later, she is no closer to finding out the long-term effects on her family’s health.

“I still don’t have any more answers,” Amico said. “I think I have a lot more worry as the science does continue to evolve around PFAS.” Read more…