Evidence of hormone disruption in humans "weak", says WHO

Evidence of impacts from endocrine disrupting compounds on humans is weak though highly plausible, an expert panel for the World Health Organisation and the UN Environment Programme has concluded.1 A draft report released in May recommends continuing research on basic science coupled with testing to identify potentially active substances and exposure monitoring.

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