Toenail clippings to measure toxic exposure in New Jersey
Published 03/24/2013, Associated Press
A plume of hexavalent chromium, a metal used in industrial production that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls a "well-established carcinogen," has spread under Garfield, putting about one-tenth of the city's homes — about 600 structures and 3,600 residents — at risk.Word count: 848
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