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BIRMINGHAM – Researchers have suggested for the first time that PFAS (per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances), dubbed ‘forever’ chemicals, can be absorbed through human skin.

The study, titled ‘Dermal bioavailability of perfluoroalkyl substances using in vitro 3D human skin equivalent models’,  tested a range of synthetic PFAS and claims that a majority can permeate the skin barrier and reach the bloodstream.

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