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Support for our BPA work has been from the British Heart Foundation (a philanthropy) and internal University of Exeter resources, with no support from organisations with a commercial interest in BPA. We note with interest that Lakind has been supported by the Polycarbonate/BPA Global Group of the American Chemistry Council, whose mission is described at http://www.americanchemis....
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No competing interests declared.