In January, The New York Times ran an article that discussed one attorney’s attempt to get DuPont to acknowledge the health damages of one of its classes of chemicals, used in a wide variety of products from Teflon pans to Scotchgard for carpets. At the end of the article, there was this mention: 80,000 people […]

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