Toenail Clippings Donated for Toxic Testing

Garfield, N.J., residents will be tested to check for exposure to tainted soil.
0:41 | 03/25/13

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Federal public health investigators are going all out to see if underground toxic chemicals have put thousands of New Jersey residents at risk. That's -- FDA will be asking people from Garfield New Jersey. To donate -- -- They're toenail clippings and -- the ad test down on the clippings can confirm it buried industrial carcinogens. Have tainted the soil and if people have been exposed investigators are looking for -- -- and slow growing toenails apparently. -- -- Aren't growing might face the chromium and can sort of sounds I'd like to be the guy just test the town house. Definitely double double rubber gloves and and that -- -- sign up for that job I don't know.

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