Large, publicly funded studies have reaffirmed the safety of bisphenol A, and it's important to accept the results of science, says Richard Sharpe of the U.K.-based Medical Research Council Centre for Reproductive Health. "I want to see thinking in this area become evidence-based and people start using all of the scientific data to make their interpretations and to move things forward; that's the way science works after all," he says.

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