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Dr. Ken Drouillard discusses whether fish consumption advisories should include chemical mixtures on NPR Michigan Radio

Published on: Wed, 04/05/2017
Last Modified: Wed, 04/26/2017 - 8:42am

Dr. Ken Drouillard was interviewed on NPR Michigan Radio, discussing whether fish consumption advisories should include chemical mixtures instead of just single chemicals.  Dr. Drouillard's research into toxicology of fish in Canadian lakes has found that when chemical mixtures are examined, it could lead to recommendations of eating fewer fish than when single chemicals were assessed in fish.

Read the article and listen to the NPR interview here.

Read the University of Windsor Daily News Story