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  • Study Finds Prominent Californians Contain Hazardous Chemicals Common in Consumer Products

    08/30/05

    Diverse Group of California Residents Found to Have 10 Times as Much Mercury and Higher Levels of DDT than Other Americans

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  • Cosmetics Popular With Latinas Linked to Cancer, Other Serious Health Problems

    08/10/05

    Bill Requiring Cosmetics Companies to Report Use of Hazardous Chemicals Would Protect Salon Workers

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  • CDC Offers California $1.7 Million to Jumpstart State Biomonitoring Program

    06/27/05

    U.S. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi Helps Secure Federal Economic Support for California

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  • Cosmetics Popular Among African Americans Linked to Cancer, Other Serious Health Problems

    06/01/05

    Bill Requiring Cosmetics Companies to Report Use of Hazardous Chemicals Passes California Senate

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  • San Francisco Considers Cleaning Up $600 Million in Annual Purchases

    05/31/05
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  • FDA Finds Chemicals Linked to Birth Defects in Two-Thirds of Cosmetics Products

    04/06/05

    Federal Agency Refuses to Publicly Release Study's Findings

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  • Migden, Chu Champion Safe Cosmetics

    03/30/05

    Bills Introduced with Support from Women's, Health, Labor, Business, Religious & Environmental Groups

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  • Senators Ortiz, Perata and Coalition of Environmental Health Advocates Launch New Effort to Measure "Pollution in People"

    02/17/05
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  • Three Leading Cosmetics Companies Change Ingredients in U.S. Market to Meet New European Safety Standards

    01/13/05

    Campaign for Safe Cosmetics Calls Product Reformulations by L’Oréal, Revlon and Unilever a “Victory for Women’s Health and Consumers”

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  • The Breast Cancer Fund Sadly Announces the Death of Andrea R. Martin

    08/06/03
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  • Mayor Willie Brown to Sign Precautionary Principle Ordinance Passed by Board of Supervisors

    06/24/03

    "Better Safe Than Sorry" Legislation an Historic Step Toward Protecting Public Health and Environment

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  • Press Statement About the Breast Cancer Fund's "Obsessed with Breasts" Ad Campaign

    01/01/00
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