Is the fungicide carbendazim harmful to people?

Gary Ginsberg
Medical Toxicology

Could the orange juice in your fridge be dangerous to your health? The fungicide carbendazim is banned in the U.S. but has been found in imported orange juice. Watch as leading toxicologist Dr. Gary Ginsberg explains whether or not to worry.

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