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NC State alumni report 150+ cancer cases possibly stemming from contaminants in shut-down campus building

  • Poe Hall at N.C. State is under scrutiny for PCB contamination, leading to possible legal action against Monsanto.
  • The EPA states that PCBs are hazardous to human health, affecting neurological, reproductive, immune, and endocrine systems.
  • The school conducted tests and found high PCB levels in the building, prompting concerns about cancer cases among former occupants.
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