You have some good points
My main point is, that although there are other things that can harm people, such as other things that harmed our gulf war vets in 1990 ... the price they are paying for this exposure - too much 2-butoxyethanol - is TOO high a price to pay
We are in the stone ages if we ignore its harm, and credit only the secondary illnesses. That's bad medicine
This chemical is an unnecessary cause of cancer and loss of life. So much harm to the family and our nation ... the price we are paying is incalcuable.
The study I have done has taken much of my time these past 2 years, and I am hoping someone of influence picks up on it.
Better yet, "Let's do a Study!
Just check 1,000 with high blood sugar & do extra survey and blood test to see if this 'regular' diabetes or in fact endocrine disruption that this chemical causes.