Endocrine Society in the News

MedPage TodayConcern Over EDCs Continues to Grow

Endocrinology editor-in-chief Andrea Gore, PhD, shared her hopes for endocrine-disrupting chemical policy improvements in 2017. The medical trade publication examined the endocrine-disrupting chemicals landscape, including recent publications from Society member Leonardo Trasande, MD, and Gore.

L’Obs — “Inacceptable!” Ça chauffe entre la France et Bruxelles au sujet des perturbateurs endocriniens (“Unacceptable!” Things are heating up between France and Brussels about endocrine disruptors)
The French news magazine discussed the Society’s opposition to the European Commission’s proposed criteria for endocrine-disrupting chemicals in an article about the ongoing policy debate.

Men’s Health8 Ways Low Testosterone Affects Your Body
Council member Bradley Anawalt, MD, explained the implications of having low testosterone in an interview with the magazine. The article also appeared on Fox News’ website.

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