Professor Mirer has his PhD from Harvard University. He has a Professional interest in toxicology and risk assessment/risk communication. He wrote a chapter in Human and Ecological Risk Assessment (2003) and has written several articles. He has over 30 years of professional experience with risk assessment and carcinogen classification. Professor Mirer Has done significant research on ethylbenzene and is very knowledgeable on the topic of its effects on humans.
Research provides significant evidence that ethylbenzene is a known carcinogen and toxic to humans. There is not nearly enough regulation to make sure that people are not exposed to too much ethylbenzene. Females particularly are at a severe risk to their reproductive systems from exposure to ethylbenzene. Workers exposed to ethylbenzene are at an extremely high risk of getting sick from the chemical.
Name: Franklin E. Mirer, PhD
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