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the inside story on the chemical industry
  • beryllium disease: an untreatable lung disease causing hundreds of deaths
  • arsenic and old lies
  • vinyl chloride: health risks kept secret from workers & consumers
  • scotchgard: a liver-damaging chemical that's in your blood
  • hairspray: the ugly truth about beauty products
  • voluntary testing: biased science & industry self-regulation
  • PR: how the industry molds public perception
  • CMA in schools: reading, writing and indoctrination
  • killing the 'right to know': preventing public disclosure of health risks
  • CMA's 'grassroots': activism from the top down
  • Anniston, AL: a town poisoned by PCBs
  • Anniston, Alabama: Pollution, Contamination, and Betrayal
  • 'responsible care': industry propaganda that's neither responsible nor caring
  • 'Bhopal': Shortcuts in the name of profit led to disaster
  • fact and fiction: science vs. industry propaganda
  • fact 1: health studies are not required
  • fact 2: people vary in sensitivity
  • fact 3: children are most vulnerable
  • fact 4: cancer is on the rise
  • fiction 1: 'doses are too low to cause harm'
  • fiction 2: 'there's no evidence of harm'
  • fiction 3: 'the industry has changed its ways'
  • fiction 4: 'these chemicals are well tested'
  • fiction 5: 'exposure levels are safe'
  • fiction 6: 'animal studies don't predict risk for people'
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  • last updated: march.27.2009

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