Hudson Area Residents Asked To Participate In MiChEM Project


Hudson, MI – The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services is asking Hudson area residents to participate in the Michigan Chemical Exposure Monitoring or MiChEM project. This is the first statewide effort to gather data on the amount of certain chemicals in the blood and urine of Michigan residents, including lead, mercury and PFAS.

The MiChEM project team will be in the Hudson area from Tuesday, April 4th to Saturday, April 8th. Any adult who receives an invitation in the mail from MDHHS should follow the steps in the invitation as soon as possible. Taking part is free and participants will receive their lab results along with a $65 gift card.

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