Study examines the chemical GenX in water: Is it different than other PFAS?

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Last fall, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reported that GenX chemicals were more toxic than the “forever chemicals” they were developed to replace.

Now, a new University at Buffalo-led study examines what happens when GenX –chemicals used in food packaging, nonstick coating and other products – interacts with water.

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