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July 19, 2009


Dallas Willis

I’m so glad about this. I’m aware that exposure to Phthalates through plastic additives poses little risk to human health and development. But of course, with a lot of articles in the internet stating otherwise, it would be hard to compete. Animals are more vulnerable to this, sadly. It’s just overwhelming to find someone in the same side I’m in. :)

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