CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A panel investigating the potential dangers of C8 on Monday finalized its list of human health impacts that are probably linked to chemical exposure, paving the way for Mid-Ohio Valley residents to receive free medical testing and possibly file more lawsuits against the DuPont Co.

The C8 Science Panel issued the last of six "probable link" findings, concluding that chemical exposure is likely tied to high cholesterol in humans.

The three-person panel had previously reported a "probable link" between C8 exposure and five other diseases: kidney cancer, testicular cancer, thyroid disease, inflammatory bowel disease, and dangerous high blood pressure among pregnant women ...

See   C8 linked to high cholesterol, panel says   By Ken Ward Jr. for the Charleston Gazette

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