Bella Romero Benzene Levels Worse Than Reported, Analysis Claims March 11, 2020

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“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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