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US environment agency cuts funding for kids’ health studies

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Nature 569, 315-317 (2019)


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  • Correction 22 May 2019: This story incorrectly implied that Ruth Etzel was still on leave from the EPA in May; in fact she returned, in a new role, in March. This has been corrected.


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