Senior Scientist: Still NO testing for heavy metals OR dispersant (VIDEO)

NRDC's Gina Solomon on Trying to Pin Down The FDA for Answers, ProjectGulfImpact, October 24, ... Read more >>

“Cancer-causing” tar balls can “work their way up the food chain” to humans via tuna, mahi mahi, wahoo

Scientists monitor crucial seaweed for tar, Sarasota Herald, September 12, 2010:

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The cancer-causing hydrocarbons in tar ... Read more >>

Fed-funded Gulf researcher: Bacteria activated by oil can “release the toxic metals” — “SOLID ARSENIC can be dissolved” then “transferred up the food chain” to humans

Auburn University researchers receive funds to investigate effects of oil spill, Auburn Plainsman, September 9, ... Read more >>

WARNING: FDA admits NO testing for MORE TOXIC bioaccumulating metabolites of PAHs in food supply (VIDEO)

Gulf Oil Spill and Seafood Safety Government Panel, House Committee Energy & Commerce, Energy and ... Read more >>

AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION: BIO-ACCUMULATION of chemicals that MUTATE GENETIC MATERIAL will continue for years in Gulf oysters, shrimp and crab

Health Effects of the Gulf Oil Spill, Journal of the American Medical Association, August 16, ... Read more >>

Toxicologist: Dispersants extract the “dangerous cancer-causing chemicals” from crude that “bio-accumulate”; “There is a GRAVE problem”

*Smith has been "lead counsel on more than 100 oil pollution cases, which focus primarily ... Read more >>

Top scientists testing Sarasota Bay to evaluate HUMAN “bioaccumulation” and “long-term natural resource damages” from oil disaster

Mote Marine Laboratory, the National Aquarium, and Johns Hopkins University are together conducting studies into ... Read more >>

Dispersants Hearing: NOAA admits Gulf seafood not tested, yet says toxins may BIOACCUMULATE! (VIDEO)

Use of Dispersants in Response to Gulf Oil Spill, Senate Committee Appropriations | Commerce, Justice, ... Read more >>