USA Today Shoddy Reporting on BPA

IWF_Logo2“Women Should Worry about Shoddy Reporting, Not Chemicals,” Julie Gunlock. bpa_free
Earlier this week, USA Today ran a story by reporter Liz Szabo who warned women “A growing number of health advocates are raising concerns about possible links between the estrogen-like chemical BPA and breast cancer.” Notice Liz says “health advocates” are concerned, not health professionals, scientists, toxicologists, breast cancer researchers, or oncologists. That’s right; Liz doesn’t actually talk to the experts in the fields of toxicology and disease but relies on one of the country’s best-known purveyors of junk science. Read the full article on IWF’s Inkwell Blog.

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