LSU doctor concerned that Corexit chemical reaction to bring about 'fetal alcohol syndrome' in pregnant women (VIDEO)


Benzene not limited to crude exposure, Fox 8 New Orleans, February 7, 2011:

James Diaz, M.D., of the LSU School of Public Health... said he is concerned about the various forms of alcohol in the dispersant and its chemical reactions.

"The glycols that the dispersants contained....some could be potentially deleterious because they are converted to alcohol compounds, so that we should be concerned about exposures and things like fetal alcohol syndrome in pregnant patients," stated Diaz.


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