Looking for answers: Residents await results of health studies October 7, 2022

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“Nobody should be surprised when children living near fracked gas wells, pipelines, compressor stations, gas processing facilities, and fracking waste landfills start getting sick,” said Dr. Ned Ketyer, president of Physicians for Social Responsibility Pennsylvania. “Dozens of studies already show serious harm to people living nearby, and children appear to bear the highest burden.”

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