Excerpts from this story referencing "El Salvador":
"… fforts by some scientists and health officials, primarily in Sri Lanka and El Salvador, to remove the herbicide for its potential link to the mysterious kidney d …"
"… untry to target glyphosate for its alleged role in chronic kidney disease. El Salvador’s Legislative Assembly approved a ban on 53 agrichemicals including glyp …"
"… ling herbicide — will have repercussions beyond the island’s borders. El Salvador recently elected a new president, Salvador Sánchez-Cerén, and proponents …"
"… t, Salvador Sánchez-Cerén, and proponents of the pesticide ban passed by El Salvador’s legislature last year hope the former guerilla commander will sign a p …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Office of Management and Budget":
"… years since the “chemicals of concern” list landed at the White House Office of Management and Budget. The list, which the Environmental Protection Agency wants to put out for …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Cancer":
"… we are doing so at our own peril.”Jeanne Rizzo, president of the Breast Cancer Fund, a San Francisco-based group that has pressed for more research into …"
"… he same time, Keith and Brophy convinced officials at the Windsor Regional Cancer Center to begin collecting work histories of Cancer patients. This led to …"
"… uto industry.The new study, funded by groups including the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation-Ontario Region, examined a population twice as large and featur …"
"… d them from becoming so ubiquitous in the environment.”The President’s Cancer Panel, an advisory committee in the United States attached to the National …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "toxicologist":
"… have not advanced with the state of the science.”Nevertheless, for most toxicologists, Birnbaum said the report does not offer a big shift from what they are d …"
"… ses that are triggered by fetal exposures.“Some people keep slamming the toxicologists. But you can’t paint everyone with the same brush,” Birnbaum said.How …"
"… rted to support these cannot be validly extrapolated to humans," Kamrin, a toxicologist, wrote in the International Journal of Toxicology in 2007.But vom Saal and …"
"… erative and Developmental Biology, told Environmental Health News.But many toxicologists subscribe to “the dose makes the poison” conventional wisdom. In othe …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Bisphenol A":
"… hasn’t released the EPA list, the office has indicated that it includes Bisphenol A, found in many plastic products and believed to interfere with the hormone …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Tim Davis":
"… y suspect.”In some cases, health problems have been immediate and stark. Tim Davis, an Alabama lawyer, sued a lindane manufacturer, pharmacist and doctor aft …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Atrazine":
"… difficult for someone to put a thumb on the scale” to slant the outcome.Atrazine is one of the most widely used herbicides in the U.S. An estimated 76 …"
"… stating to farmers who are heavily dependent on the inexpensive herbicide. Atrazine poses “no harm” to the general population or to drinking water supplie …"
"… those considered “relevant to the assessment of Atrazine.”‘Not Just Atrazine’EPA spokeswoman Betsaida Alcantara said the list was not exhaustive and …"
"… grams, brought up the number of studies during congressional testimony. “Atrazine is one of the most well-examined pesticides in the marketplace,” she sai …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "Marilynn Desmond":
"… it in internally, but they didn’t lick it off, it burned their skin,” Marilynn Desmond said. “My response to that is they’re trying to shift the blame from t …"
Excerpts from this story referencing "chemicals":
"… ticide issues.The screening program will determine officially which of the chemicals commonly used in pesticides may interfere with the endocrine system, the n …"
"… h, metabolism, and even mood. Animal studies have shown that some of these chemicals can cause developmental and reproductive problems, and scientists worry ab …"
"… r registration reviews that take place every 15 years.The agency picked 73 chemicals for initial screening based on their frequent presence in food, water, and …"
"… , not surprisingly, on why. Environmentalists want the testing to begin on chemicals they already strongly believe to be endocrine disruptors, while the indust …"