The Center for Public Integrity reports that two scientific journals known for their industry ties have become go-to publications for researchers who minimize risks from chemicals. “You’d have to be delusional to not recognize that the issues they’re dealing [with] and policies they’re setting won’t affect the profits of very powerful sources.”
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