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Webinar: The science of BPA, from scientists

Join EHS founder Pete Myers and Carnegie Mellon's Institute of Green Science for an update on the health risk of low-dose exposure to the plastic additive bisphenol A.

Carnegie Mellon University's Institute for Green Science, together with Environmental Health Sciences, publisher of EHN.org, hosted a webinar Wednesday to discuss data emerging from a federal review on the health effects of low-level exposure to bisphenol A.

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