The State of Michigan is working with the National Center for Environmental Health, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) and additional partners to better understand how PFAS might affect people’s health.
Scientists are still learning about the health effects of exposures to mixtures of PFAS. Although more research is needed, some studies in people have shown that certain PFAS may:
Resources for Residents
|PFAS in Drinking Water
|Talking to Your Doctor
about Exposure to PFAS
Resources for Clinicians
|The Family Tree of PFAS for
Environmental Health Professionals
|ASTDR PFAS Continuing
Education for Clinicians
If you are concerned about exposure to PFAS in your drinking water, contact the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Toxicology Hotline at 800-648-6942.
Questions on the health impacts of PFAS? Visit our FAQs for more information.