DDT and PCBs Linked to Abnormal Sperm

November 4th, 2015

Melissa Perry, ScD, MHS, professor and researcher at the Milken Institute School of Public Health at George Washing University, has discovered that lingering amounts of DDT and PCBs in the atmosphere, soil, and people affect sperm production. She speculates that the harmful effect of these long-banned chemicals may be the reason for the global decline in fertility. Read more at Environmental Health News: DDT’s long shadow: Long-banned chemicals linked to abnormal sperm.