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Topic - Ryan Villarreal
He cited Komen's position on BPA as evidence and said, "BPA-peddling corporations have deflected that responsibility [to prove chemicals safe] by donating to organizations like Komen."
"That Komen receives millions of dollars in funding from various corporate sponsors is no secret," Mr. Villarreal wrote. "[B]ut the controversy lies within the influence these companies might be having on some of the organization's stances."