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Bisphenol A health effects
Human Health & Safety

Bisphenol A Health Effects Research

Bisphenol A (BPA) has been used safely as an industrial chemical for nearly 50 years. The effects of BPA have been extensively studied by industry, government and academic research groups in short and long term animal tests, including several reproduction and developmental studies, multi-generation exposure studies, and a cancer bioassay, all of which are part of the open scientific literature.

Importantly, none of the validated research results suggest that BPA would cause adverse effects from exposure through consumer products or normal industrial production and use.

  General Toxicity
   
  Carcinogenicity
   
  Reproductive And Developmental Toxicity
   
  Endocrine Activity
   
  Low-Dose Endocrine Effects
   
  Metabolism
   
  Health Effects Research References

   
 

Health Effects Research

General Toxicity

Carcinogenicity

Reproductive And
  Developmental Toxicity


Endocrine Activity

Low-Dose Endocrine Effects

Metabolism


Health Effects Research References