A draft report by The National Toxicology Program found there is ‘some concern’ that exposure to BPA, a chemical found in many household products including some water and baby bottles, could lead to human health risks. We’ll talk about questions raised by the findings.


  • Steven Hentges American Chemistry Council PhD Senior Director Polycarbonate/BPA Global Group
  • Frederick vom Saal Reproductive scientist and professor, Division of Biological Sciences, College of Arts & Science at the University of Missouri-Columbia
  • Warren Foster Director, center for reproductive care and reproductive biology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario
  • John Bucher Associate director, National Toxicology Program, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
  • Tony Clement Health Minister, Canada


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