In Chemical Regulatory Fight, Journal Editorials Are New Battleground

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The dispute focuses on chemicals, like Bisphenol A, that can be used in consumer products like bottles and in agriculture, but that have been linked to endocrine disorders.
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In an uncommon high-level spat at the intersection of science and politics, the top editors at dozens of journals in endocrinology and related fields have published dueling editorials over the wisdom of chemical-safety regulations.

The latest salvo...

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