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PFAS is in fish and wildlife. Researchers prowl Michigan for clues

J.D. Hock's heart sank in 2018, when the state of Michigan warned it was unsafe to eat deer harvested within a five-mile radius of Clark's Marsh in Oscoda Township. For decades, his family had hunted on property just outside the "do not eat" zone.

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