Highlights from the October 6, 1998 edition of the Endocrine/Estrogen Letter include:
- EPA embraces EDSTAC report "U.S> Environmental Protection Agency assistant administrator Lynn Goldman said Monday that the agency 'embraces' the Endocrine Disrupter Screening and testing Advisory Committee's (EDSTAC) recommendations."
- Major toy companies quit phthalates "Leading toy companies have initiated a large-scale, global deselection of phthalates because of concerns about their potential to disrupt endocrine systems of children."
- Dioxin on political agendas in Western U.S. "A San Francisco, California commission cited endocrine disruption effects in a resolution urging the city government to act to eliminate dioxin contamination in the Golden Gate City."
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