Researchers Say ‘Mystery’ Blood Chemicals Show TSCA Testing Needs

March 19, 2021
Researchers behind a new study that identified more than 100 chemicals, some of which remain a “mystery,” in the blood of 30 California women and their babies in utero are urging EPA to require manufacturers to provide more toxicity data about their chemicals while also directing standardized reporting of compounds and their uses. “It’s very concerning that we are unable to identify the uses or sources of so many of these chemicals,” Tracey Woodruff, director of the University of California...

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