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Scientists have reported a “synthetic” contaminant in meat samples, both organic and conventionally-raised, as well as a milk sample. The leading theory is a hydrogel structure that can self-assemble. Joel and Dr. Sina discuss the available information, including likely sources of contamination. Even though the preliminary data looks concerning, Dr. Sina cautions that it is inconclusive until more data points are obtained. She suggests continuing to follow this story while asking scientists to collect additional samples.
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