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Neurotoxic Environmental Pollution

February 17, 2007

From the best brain science program on radio, with the enchanting Natasha Mitchell: “Lead in paint. Methylmercury in fish. Arsenic in groundwater. Just some of the toxic insults on our vulnerable brains. But are they the thin end of the industrial chemical wedge? Could the world’s children be experiencing a silent pandemic in neurodevelopmental disorders? Harvard’s Professor Phillipe Grandjean thinks so, and joins Deborah Cory-Slechta at Rutgers University to unpick the latest compelling science. Don’t miss two of the world’s trailblazers in neurotoxicology.”



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