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1 Public institutions
2 Environment and health organizations
  • The California-based Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice addresses the issue of endocrine disruptors and uses the GreenFacts Question Box on endocrine disroptors at: www.ccaej.org/projects/endocrine2.htm 
3 Universities and institutions of higher education
4 Other websites

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