Report: PFOA Contamination in Merrimack Didn’t Impact Cancer Rates

A new report shows that recent PFOA water contamination in Merrimack does not appear to have resulted in higher cancer rates in town.

The state conducted the study after residents were concerned about their health given the levels of PFOA, short for Perfluorooctanoic acid, found in the public water supply in 2016. | More at NHPR

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