Chapel Hill Bisphenol A Expert Panel Consensus Statement:here
Integration of Mechanisms, Effects in Animals and Potential to Impact Human Health at Current Levels of Exposure
Control of Biocides in the European Union - Collegium Ramazzini Call for Actionhere
Developmental Origins of Non-Communicable Disease: Implications for Research and Public Healthhere
This White Paper represents the outcome of the conference, “PPTOX III, Environmental stressors in the developmental origins of disease: Evidence and Mechanisms”, held in Paris, May 2012. The list of co-signatories and instructions to sign are both accessible here.
Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals and Public Health Protection: A Statement of Principles from The Endocrine Societyhere
In this statement, EDCs are defined as “an exogenous chemical, or mixture of chemicals, that interferes with any aspect of hormone action”.
Faroes statement: Full text: Human Health Effects of Developmental Exposure to Chemicals in Our Environment
Helsinki Statement: Full text - Is endocrine disruption within REACH?
Prague Declaration on Endocrine Disruption: Full text - Published as a part of the Mini-Monograph: Introduction: Endocrine Disruptors—Exposure Assessment, Novel End Points, and Low-Dose and Mixture Effects (Andreas Kortenkamp); Environmental Health Perspectives Volume 115, Number S-1, December 2007
Scientific Consensus on Endocrine Disruption: Full text
Our Stolen Future – This is the web home for the authors of Our Stolen Future, where they provide regular updates about the cutting edge of science related to endocrine disruption. They will also post information about ongoing policy debates, as well as new suggestions about what you can do as a consumer and citizen to minimize risks related to hormonally-disruptive contaminants.
The European Academy of Andrology has recently published a special issue on endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) in the International Journal of Andrology. This special issue exclusively focuses on the impact of man-made (...)
A major step forward in the discussion and development of policy to regulate chemicals with endocrine disrupting properties occurred last week when the European Commission released an important report, “State of the Art of the (...)
Concern in Europe is mounting about the threats of hazardous chemical contamination and subsequent public health consequences from the unconventional drilling for natural gas. The hydrofracturing of shale rock, or fracking, (...)
In November, Pink Ribbon, the online breast cancer awareness magazine, published a letter on the application of the precautionary principle for known cancer causing chemicals.
Pink Ribbon Magazine aims to ensure that (...)
In (June) 2009, HEAL interviewed Professor Christopher Wild to find out its opinion on the links between cancer and the environment and what evidence is being delivered by the compelling science.
Lisette van Vliet, HEAL´s (...)