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February 8, 2011

A better understanding of BPA metabolism.

Much of the hesitation to regulate bisphenol A up to now has stemmed from uncertainty about whether health effects reported in laboratory animals are relevant to people because of possible differences in metabolism. Recent findings now suggest that hum...
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