National Media Coordinators
Riptide Communications, Inc. (212) 260-5000,
Margie Kelly Communications (541) 344-2282,
State Media Coordinators
Alaska: Pamela Miller, (907) 222-7714,
Connecticut: Sarah Uhl, (860) 232-6232,
Illinois: Max Muller, (312) 291-0696 x211,
Massachusetts: Cindi Luppi, (617) 338-8131, x208,
Michigan: Genevieve Howe, (734) 761-3186 x115,
Minnesota: Kathleen Schuler, (612) 870-3468,
New York: Kathy Curtis, (518) 355-6202,
Advisories & Releases
Teleconference/November 8, 2007 12:30 PM EST
Is It In Us - Teleconference Advisory (doc)
Is It In Us - Media Release (doc)
Is It In Us?
A brief introduction to the growing concern over low dose exposure to toxic chemicals and the pressing need to protect human health with safer alternatives.
project highlights (doc)
New York Times: Protecting the Littlest Consumers
Metro West What We Don't See Can Hurt Us
Chicago Sun Times: Are We Being Posioned?
More From the Chicago Sun Times
Cover Story * Image
Chicago Channel 2
Chicago Tribune: Fears taint results of pollution found inside the body
Chicago Tribune: The Burden I Carry
Chicagoist:Still, At Least It's Not Soylent Green In There
Daily Hearald: How toxic were 5 Illinoisans?
Grist: Toxics "r" Us
Houston Chronicle:Tests Reveal Chemical Levels in Bodies
The Southern: Group releases results of chemical tests on 5
Chicago Sun Times: Are you being poisoned?
WQAD:Project tested for three classes of chemicals in volunteers
Illinois Wandtv:Project tested for three classes of chemicals in volunteers
New Haven state Sen. Toni Harp results featured
Chicago Channel 2: Report Says Most Of Us Have Ingested Toxins
Lansing Channel 6: Are Dangerous Chemicals in Your Body?
Albany Times Union: The Danger Within Us?
Hartford Courant: Be Afraid of What You're Made Of
NPR: Study Explores Toxins in the Body
New York Newsday: Chemicals from household plastics found in volunteers' blood
Detroit Free Press: Participants refuse to be “guinea pigs in a massive, uncontrolled experiment”
CNN's Anderson Cooper: Tests Reveal High Chemical Levels in Kids