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03 October 2018
Decades-Old Chemicals, New Angst Over Drinking Water


In some parts of the country people are learning their drinking water contains pollution from a group of chemicals called Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS). These chemicals have been linked to illnesses, including cancer. But a lot of questions remain including how exactly they affect people's health and in what doses. More at NPR »
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