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EPA rushes overhaul of cancer testing

EPA leaders are pushing to reform by the end of the year agency guidelines for determining whether environmental contaminants can cause cancer or other ailments, a move Trump administration critics fear is part of a broader effort to weaken the basis for regulating pollutants. Experts worry the changes could take years to reverse, leaving millions of Americans at greater risk from unhealthy levels of pollution in the meantime.

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