FDA studies confirm: BPA is efficiently metabolised already at early days of life; oral exposure is the relevant route for risk assessment
Cross-sectional study with acknowledged limitations does not establish cause-effect relationship between exposure to Bisphenol A and sperm quality
The German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) concludes that recent studies on BPA provide no indications of adverse effects on neurological development and behaviour.
Scientists on the European Food Safety Authority's CEF Panel have been working on a comprehensive opinion on BPA which includes more than 800 studies. The opinion is expected in September 2010.
UBA recommendation contradicts independent European authorities who confirm that BPA-based materials can be safely used
Pauschale Aufforderung zu Einsatz von alternativen Stoffen ist nicht nachvollziehbar - Behörden bestätigen BPA-basierte Materialien können sicher verwendet werden
AESAN (the Spanish Food Safety Agency) has stated that it sees no reason to take measures on bisphenol A (BPA).
French Senate proposal to suspend the commercialisation of BPA baby bottles is neither proportionate nor based on science.
« Suspension » de la commercialisation des biberons à base de BPA : une application hasardeuse du principe de précaution.
New OECD guideline study concludes no effects from Bisphenol A on the nervous system