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European Environment Agency reviews endocrine disruptors’ impacts

Given growing evidence of health problems deriving from exposure to hormone disruptors in the environment, the European Environment Agency’s “Weybridge+15” report reviews the impacts of endocrine disruptors on humans, wildlife and their environments. This updated compilation of technical papers and discussions underscores the importance of better understanding health risks in order to protect ourselves and wildlife from environmental contaminants.

The full report can be found here.

Originally posted on 16 July 2012

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