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PFOA and Cancer in a Highly Exposed Community: New Findings From the C8 Science Panel

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PFOA and Cancer in a Highly Exposed Community: New Findings From the C8 Science Panel

Wendee Nicole. Environ Health Perspect.

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A participant in the C8 Health Project has blood drawn during baseline screening in 2005. © AP Photo/Jeff Gentner

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