Society Letters

Endocrine Society EU Chemical Strategy Comments

June 18, 2020

"To protect the health of EU citizens the Commission should propose ambitious legislative measures as soon as possible to address common sources of EDC exposures such as cosmetics and personal care products, household products, and food packaging. Proposals need to address existing regulatory gaps in EU chemicals legislation and encourage the rapid substitution of hazardous chemicals with demonstrably safer alternatives. The Chemicals Strategy should also reflect the need to evaluate groups of chemicals that have effects on the same biological pathways, assess cumulative exposures, and the presence of mixture effects from multiple exposures."

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