EWG chromium scare debunked

“A report released Tuesday on the city of Norman’s website shows that Cleveland County’s rate of stomach cancer is lower than the state average and that of other key areas in Oklahoma… The findings, culled from the Oklahoma Central Cancer Registry, were reported because of a study released in December 2010 by the Washington, D.C.-based Environmental Working Group, which found that Norman’s drinking water had the highest levels of chromium-6 in a 35-city study.” (Norman Transcript) For more on chromium-6, visit JunkScience.com’s Debunkosaurus.

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  1. So… How much Chromium must we add to drinking water to get a negative stomach cancer rate?

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