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Colorado / Fish / Water Supply #770566

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 08, 2004
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Denver, Colorado: Tom Costello) Concern about the water supply after the discovery that male white sucker fish in Colorado were developing female sexual organs featured; details given about health problems stemming from estrogen & estrogen mimicker levels in the water. [University of Colorado at Boulder researchers Dr. John WOODLING†, Dr. David NORRIS†- comment on the discovery & the impact for humans.] [Metro Wastewater Reclamation District Barbara BIGGS†- says we’re concerned about our ability to treat for these estrogens and estrogen mimickers.] NOTE – video problem.

Reporter(s):
Brokaw, Tom;
Costello, Tom
Duration:
00:02:30

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