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neurosciencenews.com 15-3-2023 Hidden Danger in Your Groundwater? Widely Used Chemical Linked to 500% Increased Risk of Parkinson’s

Summary – Trichloroethylene (TCE), a widely used chemical used in decaffeinated coffee, metal degreasers, and dry cleaning clothes formulas, has been linked to a 500% increased risk of Parkinson’s disease. Source: University of Rochester

A common and widely used chemical may be fueling the rise of the world’s fastest growing brain condition—Parkinson’s disease. For the past 100 years, trichloroethylene (TCE) has been used to decaffeinate coffee, degrease metal, and dry clean clothes. It contaminates the Marine Corps base Camp Lejeune, 15 toxic Superfund sites in Silicon Valley, and up to one-third of groundwater in the U.S. … The connection between TCE and Parkinson’s was first hinted at in case studies more than 50 years ago…”…






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https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2021/nov/22/chemicals-industry-pollution-emissions-climate by XiaoZhi Lim

bbc.com/ 8-2022 Pollution: ‘Forever chemicals’ in rainwater exceed safe levels – By Matt McGrath

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