The Diane Rehm radio show today (Tuesday, April 29) features a discussion on the bisphenol A safety issue. The show, hosted by WAMU in Washington and nationally broadcast on many National Public Radio stations, is scheduled for 10 a.m. (if you miss it live, you can check the Web site for a recording and a transcript later today). Scheduled guests are: Steven Hentges, American Chemistry Council, PhD, Senior Director Polycarbonate/BPA Global Group Frederick vom Saal, reproductive scientist and professor, Division of Biological Sciences, College of Arts & Science at the University of Missouri-Columbia Warren Foster, director, center for reproductive care and reproductive biology, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario John Bucher, associate director, National Toxicology Program, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Tony Clement, Health Minister, Canada. Sounds like a heavyweight lineup.
BPA debate on the radio
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