DOH Continues to Dodge Health Impacts from Oil & Gas Radiation, Passes Study to the University of Pittsburgh September 7, 2020

A fracking site in Pennsylvania. Photo: Jeremy Buckingham / CC BY 2.0

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“the people in this community are really worried. I mean, just real parents are really worried. And I think that there’s been a failure to appreciate that people are concerned about their health-related to this industry, and they’re being lied to. They’re being gaslit by the wrong people,” said Dr. Ned Ketyer, PSR Pennsylvania.

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