“It is becoming more clear how we should address the effects of chemicals on female reproduction. But there is still a long way to go.”

Majorie van Duursen – Professor Environmental Health and Toxicology at the VU Amsterdam

To mark the start of the final stages of FREIA, the Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) has teamed up with the research project to launch a review of its main findings into the effects of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) on female reproductive health thus far.

Read here our update and next steps on how our research is helping identify endocrine disrupting chemicals that harm female reproductive health:

The booklet and other infographics are available in multiple languages and can be downloaded here.

Feel free to contact us about our work or subscribe to our newsletter for more updates.

Stay safe. Warm regards from the FREIA team.


Download the FREIA factsheet and infographic here.

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