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ACSH Implicates Industry, Retailers In Phthalates Scaremongering

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

The American Council on Science and Health includes phthalates in its list of 2013’s top “unfounded health scares” and suggests that by bowing to NGO pressure and discontinuing use of the ingredients, manufacturers and retailers are contributing to phthalates “hysteria.”

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