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  • (Apparently, it was fear of litigation and liability that drove the ATSDR, which is an arm of the Centers for Diseases Control, to deny the obvious problem with the toxic trailers.)

    Carl Pope: Risking the Lives of the Unborn

  • He called ATSDR "a complacent agency, choosing to produce outdated, inferior work products."

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  • He called ATSDR "a complacent agency, choosing to produce outdated, inferior work products."

    Macon Telegraph: Homepage

  • He called ATSDR "a complacent agency, choosing to produce outdated, inferior work products."

    New York News, Weather, Sports & Traffic - WCBSTV.com

  • He called ATSDR "a complacent agency, choosing to produce outdated, inferior work products."

    WFAA.com Latest News

  • Exposure limits for mercury in infants less than or equal to 6 months of age by percentile body weight established by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Agency for Toxic Substance Disease Registry (ATSDR), and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

    Thimerosal

  • Contains a toxicology section with information on lead poisoning, lists of Internet resources, links to National Library of Medicine, British Toxicology Society, ATSDR, American Board of Forensic Toxicology, etc. Medscape

    Toxicology Web Pages

  • Toxicology Web resource links includeIRIS, CDC, Toxline, ATSDR andMSDs.

    Toxicology Web Pages

  • The screening results indicated that chemical concentrations in most areas are below ATSDR health standards of concern.

    Eco-Justice

  • According to an EPA news release about the sampling, These screening data were evaluated against the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) air short-term health standards in order to provide an initial assessment of air quality.

    Eco-Justice

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