Filed Under: Meat

Dioxin Dimwits

In reaction to an Environmental Protection Agency draft report released recently, the Center for Health, Environment and Justice and a pack of other nannies continue to allege in a full-page ad in the New York Times that there are dangerous levels of dioxin in the food supply. EPA Administrator Carol Browner noted that “this is not a final document” and that its conclusions have not been reviewed by an EPA scientific advisory board. Dr. John Doull from the University of Kansas, a former advisor to the EPA on dioxin, says the draft “appears to be ill-timed, political rather than scientific, and is an embarrassment to science and certainly to toxicology.” Still, these anti-choice fear mongers are using this draft report to needlessly frighten people away from meat and dairy products.

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