How DuPont may avoid paying to clean up a toxic ‘forever chemical’

How DuPont may avoid paying to clean up a toxic ‘forever chemical’

Source: https://www.nbcnews.com/, March 1, 2020
By: Gretchen Morgenson

Robin Andrews of Pedricktown, New Jersey, has been fighting an autoimmune disease and thyroid condition for the past three years, suffering severe dental problems, hair loss and other symptoms. All, she believes, are the result of exposure to drinking water tainted by a group of chemicals called PFAS, used widely for decades in products like Teflon pans, stain-resistant carpets, even cosmetics. Read more.

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