Support for worldwide fracking ban March 5, 2020

The Ecologist

Dr. Sandra Steingraber, from Concerned Health Professionals of New York, together with Dr. Ned Ketyer, from Physicians for Social Responsibility Pennsylvania, said: “Fracking has been linked to radioactive brine, higher rates of cancer and nervous, immune, and cardiovascular system problems. The scientific evidence shows that women, industry workers, communities of color, and the poor are especially vulnerable to environmental injustices and harm to health and safety from fracking.”

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