Advise whether exposure to chemicals from the 1988.

– advise whether exposure to chemicals from the 1988, Lower Moor incident incident, or is likely to cause delayed or continuing threat to human health, and – Consulting whether the existing program for monitoring and research on the health impact of the incident should be completed, and if so, make recommendations. The members of the group include:.

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