Epidemiological evidence (i.e. studies in human populations) indicates that
DDT causes cancers of the liver, pancreas and breast.
There is mixed evidence that it contributes to leukemia,
lymphoma and testicular cancer.
I know. There's no proof. But that doesn't affect what I wrote, above: For
some people, certain scientific opinions automatically get politicized.
And probably FOX News at that.
It's one thing to deny that some chemicals might be harmful, but's denying
offgassing of certain chemicals in plastics. He's hilarious.
He will now say that he is NOT denying that offgassing occurs. Give him an
hour to spot this message.
I will let you know when you answer the question to my satisfaction. Last
chance for a yes or no answer:
Are you denying that there
harmful effects from plasticizers in food containers?
Yes or no?
I have two and will continue to use them for years to come. I don't over
heat them. I like them for certain cooking One of those pans is a "Woll
and it ranks right up with my Falk copper pans for cooking ability. The
other is a cheapie and I fry my egg in it most mornings.
When properly used, no danger has been proven.
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