Campaign secretariat HEAL recently published an article in The Parliament Magazine, entitled ‘EU must regulate ‘exposure’ to Bisphenol A’
‘Evidence has been mounting that BPA may have adverse health consequences for reproduction, the nervous system, the immune system, and for cancer risks as well as for the metabolic and cardiovascular systems’.
‘The EU must acknowledge health problems associated with exposure to BPA and take firm steps to protect citizens’, argues Genon K. Jensen, Executive Director of HEAL.
Read the full article here
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