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BPA replacements in plastics cause reproductive problems in lab mice
This paper reports a strange dj vu experience in our laboratory, says Patricia Hunt of Washington State University. She and her colleagues were able to determine that the mice were being exposed to replacement bisphenols. They also saw that the disturbance in the lab was causing problems in the production of both eggs and sperm. Those studies confirm that replacement bisphenols produce remarkably similar chromosomal abnormalities to those seen so many years earlier in studies of BPA.
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