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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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