The Center’s mission is to enable individuals and health professionals to take medically valid actions to avoid the risks of Endocrine and Epigenetic Disrupting Chemicals (EEDCs). The CDC says that EEDCs are found in most Americans.
To do this, our first-ever human research is designed to establish a scientific cause-and-effect connection between EEDCs and their effects on clinically proven health indicators such as standard hospital blood tests.
One additional result of this research will be to develop a program of risk-reduction actions that are easily incorporated into everyday lives.
It is also hoped that accomplishing the CRECH mission will move environmental chemical risk assessment and regulation past its current ambiguous and contentious stalemate of links, relationships, and associations and toward a more solid cause-and-effect basis.