Firefighters: Donating blood may reduce PFAS levels in your blood
A research project involving Australian firefighters shows PFAS levels in the blood can be reduced if a person donates blood every 12 weeks or plasma every 6 weeks. Exposures to PFAS have been linked to cancer.Read this article Browse all articles
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