ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 14, 2003
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) A closer look at DuPont's Teflon introduced.
(Studio: Brian Ross) The hidden danger from the C-8 chemical in Teflon, which has gotten into Americans' bloodstreams, examined; TV ads for Teflon shown. [Environmental Working Group Jane HOULIHAN- says anything coated with Teflon can get through the skin; outlines what causes the "Teflon flu."] [DuPont research & development vice president Uma CHOWDHRY- responds.] The fact that overheated Teflon fumes can kill birds noted.
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