The European Union, says Kris Freeman, wants its members to join together in harmony, at least when sharing health data. In Environmental Health Perspectives, Kris writes that data from 17 countries can be combined to study exposure patterns to compounds such as mercury, cadmium and nicotine. This is an important step toward developing common reference values for exposure across the EU.
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