Bella Romero Benzene Levels Worse Than Reported, Analysis Claims March 11, 2020
“These findings demonstrate an increased risk of the children, teachers, staff and neighbors of Bella Romero being negatively impacted by these toxic emissions, both on a short-term and long-term basis,” Barbara Donachy, a 350 Colorado member of Physicians for Social Responsibility, said in a statement on the report. “Children’s smaller developing bodies are most vulnerable. Continued exposure to toxic emissions that increase their risk of severe short-term and permanent, life-threatening health impacts, such as leukemia, is unacceptable.”
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