Trichloroethylene: An Invisible Cause of Parkinson’s Disease?

"Trichloroethylene: An Invisible Cause of Parkinson’s Disease?" postulates that Trichloroethylene (TCE), a chemical often used in dry cleaning, is a known carcinogen and has contaminated numerous sites across the globe, including the water at Camp Lejeune. Read the paper to learn an overview of the chemical along with several highlighted cases, and gain insight into the next steps towards ending the use of TCE.

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