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The Endocrine System -EndocrineScience.org - March 24, 2016

Principles for Identifying Endocrine-Active and Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals - February 16, 2016

Electronics & Auto | FactsAboutBPA.org - January 12, 2016

Study linking BPA and childhood obesity shows no causal relationship, October 8, 2012

Findings from study about Chinese workers' exposure to BPA of limited relevance to U.S consumers - October 28, 2010

European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) reconfirms safe use of Bisphenol A in food contact products - September 30, 2010

New Study Concludes No Effects From BPA On Nervous System - February 17, 2010

American Chemistry Council Reacts to Statement from HHS and FDA on Bisphenol A - January 15, 2010

Limited BPA Study Makes Unscientific Leap - January 12, 2010

Findings from New Study on Occupational Exposure to BPA of Limited Relevance to Consumers - November 11, 2009

American Chemistry Council Comments on Consumer Reports Study - November 2, 2009

New EPA Rodent Study Finds no Low-Dose BPA Effects on Reproductive Function or Behavior - October 29, 2009

New Bisphenol a Study has Many Limitations, but no Clear Conclusions - October 6, 2009

California Expert Panel Concludes Bisphenol-a is not a Reproductive or Developmental Toxicant - July 15, 2009

New Health Canada Data on Bisphenol-a Strongly Supports the Safety of Bottled Water, Baby Food and Infant Formula Products - July 9, 2009

Final National Toxicology Program Report Provides Sound Scientific Support for Bisphenol A Safety Assessments - September 4, 2008

Safety of Food-Contact Products Containing Bisphenol A Reaffirmed by the US Food and Drug Administration - August 20, 2008

European Food Safety Authority Reaffirms Safety of Bisphenol A in Food Contact Products - July 30, 2008

Are the Myths About Polycarbonate Bottles True? New Information Supports the Safe Use of Polycarbonate Bottles - February 5, 2008

Polycarbonate Bottles Are Still Safe For Use - In Spite of the Latest Scare Story - January 31, 2008

New Data from CDC Confirms Human Exposure to Bisphenol A in the United States is Far Below Safe Limits - November 1, 2007

August 8, 2007 - Sound Science Prevails in Review of Bisphenol A

August 2, 2007 - Public Health Best Served by Open, Transparent Scientific Evaluations

May 29, 2007 - City of San Francisco Repeals Ban on Bisphenol A in Children’s Products

February 1, 2007 - European Food Safety Authority Increases Tolerable Daily Intake for Bisphenol A – Strong Support for Conclusion that Bisphenol A is Not a Risk to Human Health

December 19, 2006 - Scientific Assessment of Bisphenol A in Canada Coming Up in 2007

June 19, 2006 - Low Risk to Human Reproductive and Developmental Health from Low Doses of Bisphenol A Confirmed by New Weight-of-Evidence Evaluation

June 19, 2006 - Does San Francisco Know Something the Rest of the World Doesn’t? In a Word — No

May 12, 2006 - Greenpeace Ignores Their Own Advice to Look at the Evidence: Setting the Record Straight on Bisphenol A

May 5, 2006 - Are Polycarbonate Bottles Safe for Use? New Information on an Old Scare Story

April 12, 2006 - Legislation to Ban Children's Products Defeated in
California, Maryland and Minnesota

March 20, 2006 - Comprehensive Japanese Risk Assessment on Bisphenol A Confirms No Risk to Human Health or Environment

September 26, 2005 - German Biomonitoring Data Confirms Very Low Human Exposure to Bisphenol A Around the World

May 4, 2005 - Biomonitoring Studies Confirm Human Exposure to Bisphenol A is Very Low - Low Exposure Supports Low Risk to Human Health

October 4, 2004 - "Bisphenol A: A Scientific Evaluation" Concludes That Risk of Bisphenol A to Humans is Very Low

September 3, 2004 - Harvard Center for Risk Analysis Expert Panel Finds No Consistent Affirmative Evidence of Low-Dose BPA Effects

April 1, 2003 - Relevance of Reported Chromosomal Effects to Humans Has Not Been Established

November 7, 2002 - “A Weight of Evidence Approach to the Aquatic Hazard Assessment of Bisphenol A” concludes: Bisphenol A Unlikely to Cause Adverse Effects in the Aquatic Environment

October 11, 2002 - Low-Dose Hypothesis Again Not Replicated
Reproducibility is Key Factor in Assessment of Potential Endocrine Disruptors

August 21, 2002 - Weight-of-Evidence Assessment Concludes Bisphenol A is Not a Carcinogenic Risk

June 25, 2002 - European Commission’s CSTEE Confirms No Low-Dose Effects from BPA

July 15, 2002 - European Commission’s Scientific Committee on Food Confirms That Products Made with Bisphenol A Are Safe

July 2, 2002 - Definitive Peer-Reviewed Study Reports No Low-Dose Effects

June 25, 2002 - European Commission's CSTEE Confirms No Low - Dose Effects from BPA

May 8, 2002 European Commission’s Scientific Committee on Food Confirms That Products Made with Bisphenol A Are Safe

May 2, 2002 - US and Japanese Regulatory Agencies View the Low-Dose Hypothesis as Unproven

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