Rate of Environmentally-related Diseases Continues to be High in Massachusetts

“The Bay State has alarmingly high rates of disease linked to environmental factors. We have one of the highest breast cancer incidence rates in the country. Children’s health is also a concern: Massachusetts has childhood cancer and asthma rates that are greater than the national average.”

Dr. Richard Clapp, DSc, MHP, addresses the growing body of evidence linking chronic diseases to chemicals of concern in a recent article in The Herald News.

We invite you to read the full article here.