More bad news on BPA? (KQED-FM, 9/16/2011)


A few days ago we told you about significant new research that found both BPA and methylparaben can cause human breast cells to act like cancer cells, AND interfere with the drug tamoxifen.

Today NPR station KQED hosted lead researcher William Goodson, M.D. of California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco, as well as San Francisco Chronicle health care reporter Victoria Colliver, in a conversation about this important research and what it means.

They also reference the study of BPA in food packaging we published with Silent Spring Institute in March, in which we found that avoiding packaged food for just three days resulted in significantly lower BPA levels in study participants.

Listen now:


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