Colorado Fracking Study Shows Toxic Chemicals Up to 2,000 Feet Away From Drilling Sites October 17, 2019
“Secret exposure to chemicals that our own EPA reports as a potential hazard to human health is unconscionable,” said Alan Lockwood, MD, of Physicians for Social Responsibility (PSR). “Healthcare professionals can’t possibly treat patients properly, make protective public health plans and decisions, and protect first responders without knowing what chemicals are in the environment.”
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