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Toxic timeline: A brief history of PFAS

More than 1,000 studies over the past 40 years — some by the U.S. military — show that PFOA and PFOS endanger the planet and public health. They persist in the environment forever and bioaccumulate in animals. In humans, they’re linked to cancer, thyroid disease, reduced immunity, high cholesterol, birth defects and other threats. And manufacturers, the Environmental Protection Agency and the military have looked the other way.  Read more...



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