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Stricter Regulation of Formaldehyde Remains Uncertain Despite Carcinogen Ruling

The Department of Health and Human Services has classified formaldehyde as “a known carcinogen,” but it remains to be seen if the new designation will lead to tighter U.S. formaldehyde regulations.

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Sharon Stinson

June 19, 2011, 5:38 p.m.

all I knoww is my husbands breathing was at 97% VA said it was on it’s way to really improving When we moved into a Mobile home auctioned at a Fema Auction in Florida in 2006 We bought in 2008
he is now on oxyen mzchine 24/7 Jan.2011 Dianoised with colon cancer and now has kemo. I was there 1 year and had to have a growth removed from my nasal and now have a hole there for the rest of my life and have to us medication. I have tested a10x10 room that tested 71ppm over thethe stander 40 ppm double the stander

Marijane

June 21, 2011, 9:13 a.m.

Ray Smith and Mike H.  Two intellects let’s even suppose.  Read the thread of comments, here.  It boils down to an adolescent emotional level. This inhibits a beneficial outcome——one which contributes to knowledge, here.  You two vent, we lose. Thanks for nothing!

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