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)

News Release

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)

Media Coverage

New York Times: Protecting the Littlest Consumers

Metro West What We Don't See Can Hurt Us

Chicago Sun Times: Are We Being Posioned?

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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