Jun 1, 2023
Researchers Nadia Gaber, Lisa Bero
, and Tracey Woodruff analyzed a trove of previously secret documents initially uncovered during litigation by Robert Bilott, the first attorney to successfully sue DuPont over PFAS. Bero and colleagues found that by “suppressing unfavorable research and distorting public discourse, 3M and DuPont were able to tamp down wider concern for decades, using strategies similar to Big Tobacco to keep the risks quiet." Read The Messenger>>
Their findings and implications for policy makers & the public were published in an article in the Annals of Global Health
entitled, The Devil they Knew: Chemical Documents Analysis of Industry Influence on PFAS Science.