What happens if you're exposed to PFCs

The Minnesota Department of Health has closed down a public drinking water well in the East Metro. Lake Elmo shut down the well after MDH reported seeing high levels of perfluorochemicals or PFCs in the well for a year.

For more on what exposure to those chemicals can do, All Things Considered host Tom Crann spoke with Jim Kelly, the Manager of Environmental Surveillance and Assessment at the Minnesota Department of Health.

To listen to their conversation, click the audio player above.

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