The Oil Well Next Door: California’s Silent Health Hazard March 31, 2021

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Physicians for Social Responsibility, a public-health nonprofit, sent a toxicologist to [Nalleli] Cobo’s South Los Angeles community to talk about how certain chemical byproducts of oil extraction, among them benzene and hydrogen sulfide, can cause symptoms similar to what Cobo was experiencing.

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