Bisphenol A industry group welcomes French Agency decision to focus on research
Reaction to the statement from the US Health and Human Services (HHS) and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued on Bisphenol A
Melzer et al. - limited epidemiological BPA study makes unscientific leap
The study by Braniste et al. on the impact of BPA on the intestinal functions of rats has extremely limited relevance for consumers and should be put into the context of the wealth of existing data.
The study by Li et al. on occupational exposure to BPA among male factory workers in China is of limited relevance to average consumers who use products containing minute amounts of BPA.
A study by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finds that low-dose exposures to BPA showed no effects on the range of reproductive functions and behavioural activities measured.
France: No scientific basis for changing the safety assessment of Bisphenol A-based materials in food contact applications
Bachelot réaffirme que le BPA n'est pas dangereux