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Testing Pesticides for Kids' Safety

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Testing Pesticides for Kids' Safety

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Testing Pesticides for Kids' Safety

Testing Pesticides for Kids' Safety

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We hear about the controversy over a new EPA study on pesticide exposures in young children.

Guests:

Linda Sheldon, division director, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Protection Agency

Alan Lockwood, M.D., co-chair, Environment and Health Committee, Physicians for Social Responsibility. Chair, Institutional Review Board, VA Western New York Healthcare System. Professor, Neurology. Professor, Nuclear Medicine, University at Buffalo.

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