Lawsuit by Washington County homeowner says fracking caused “forever chemicals” to contaminate his drinking water November 7, 2022
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Action News Investigates spoke with Dr. Ned Ketyer, a pediatrician and state president of Physicians for Social Responsibility, a group that opposes fracking and seeks to replace fossil fuels with renewable energy sources.
“It doesn’t take a lot of PFAS in your body to cause harm. And the harm that PFAS causes is pretty extensive. PFAS has been associated with cancers, testicular cancer and kidney cancer. It can cause liver damage and damage to other organs in the body as well,” Ketyer said.