Center for Effective Government, By Amanda Starbuck | May 7th, 2015 In 1938, a DuPont chemist accidently created a chemical compound that would make thousands of products water- and stain-resistant. The compound belongs to a family of chemicals known as perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs). PFCs soon made their way into nonstick cookware, carpeting, food packaging, and… Read More

PARKERSBURG, WV – Today, Keep Your Promises DuPont released an open letter to the C-8 Medical Panel requesting oversight of the C-8 Medical Monitoring Program and citing recurring issues with the administration of the program to date. “I am appealing to the C-8 Medical Panel today to ask you to commence oversight of this program to… Read More

Drs. Dean Baker, Melissa McDiarmid, and Harold Sox: It has come to our attention that the C-8 Medical Monitoring Program has failed time and again to effectively deliver medical monitoring to the population the program was created to help: class members in the Mid-Ohio Valley who have been exposed to the harmful chemical C-8. The… Read More

C-8 medical monitoring invoices released Chris Dickerson Jan. 27, 2015, 2:16pm PARKERSBURG – A group has made public $9 million in invoices paid by DuPont to a firm that is overseeing the medical monitoring program for C-8 litigation. But records also show that the C-8 Medical Monitoring Program ran by Michael Rozen’s firm, Feinberg Rozen,… Read More