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MEMCARE-SRC Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Celia Chen
57:53
Great talk, Laurel!! So informative. As someone who is overwhelmed by the amount of new information coming out in the literature on PFAS every week, I wondered how you update the public about new findings and the new compounds being added to the list of analyzed compounds?
Zhenyu Tian
59:51
Thanks for the great talk. I wonder if there is any developed source tracking method for PFAS, or it's just "proposed"?
Josie Willis (she/her) UL CIEHS
01:01:47
Laurel, thank you for sharing so many resources! I am tuning in from KY at the University of Louisville's Center for Integrative Environmental Health Sciences and we are seeing more contaminations in drinking water from underground aquifers. It is a challenging problem as PFAS can be so easily spread, especially through water. Do you have any water filtration systems you recommend?
Loreen Hackett
01:02:12
The NASEM panel recommendations for the CDC on physician guidance on PFAS are due out sometime in June
Zhenyu Tian
01:03:48
Thanks.
Josie Willis (she/her) UL CIEHS
01:05:59
Thank you very much!