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July 29, 2008


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Hard to imagine how things like this get to market or stay on the market once the risks are identified. People should be aware.


It is a must to ban those toxins to children's toys for it is harmful! Thank you for the post.

Jumping Rope

So glad to hear these toxins are being banned from children's toys, I agree that I can't believe they were in the market in the first place.

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