Forever Chemicals: What They are and What is being Done to Minimize Their Impact

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You may not have heard about a class of synthetic compounds broadly referred to as PFAS, but these artificial substances can be found in the blood stream of approximately 90% of Americans at any given time and some have been known to cause health problems and an increased risk for certain cancers. Energy, Environment & Natural Resources Practice Group members Donald K. Shandy and Tim Sowecke discuss forever chemicals’ broad use in consumer products and why state regulation may be critical in order to protect public health.
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