As Massachusetts officials look at research on the potential health risks of bisphenol A, Steve Henges, executive director of the American Chemistry Council's Polycarbonate and BPA Group, said a study from the Journal of the American Medical Association doesn't prove that BPA is dangerous to humans in small exposures: "It's useful to develop a hypothesis [that bisphenol A causes health problems], but not suitable for proving a hypothesis," he said.

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