Micro sampling devices can now be used for accurate testing of PFAS in self-collected blood samples

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By Beniz D’Souza and Sajjad Din

Exposure to the hazards and toxicity of PFAS in drinking water has been a worrisome reality worldwide. As such, many methods have been used to test its presence in human biological fluids, including whole blood, blood serum, breast milk, as well as hair.

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