FDA Based BPA decisions on Industry Studies, Ignored Others

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Congress Examines Role Of Industry in Regulation Despite more than 100 published studies by government scientists and university laboratories that have raised health concerns about a chemical compound that is central to the multibillion-dollar plastics industry, the Food and Drug Administration has deemed it safe largely because of two studies, both funded by an industry trade group. ::Washington Post
Plastic-Bottle Scare Is a Boon for Some It may prove to be a bonanza for companies like Eastman Chemical, which makes a comparable plastic without the offending ingredient, as well as for makers of glass and food-grade stainless steel. ::New York Times
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Alternatives:
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