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EFSA 2015 concluded on human studies:

"Summary of Bisphenol A exposure and reproductive and developmental effects in humans.

In their 2010 EFSA opinion, the CEF Panel concluded that the studies then available were not sufficient to draw any conclusion regarding Bisphenol A exposure and reproductive and developmental effects in humans. This conclusion was based on studies limited by mostly cross-sectional design, small sample size and other methodological weaknesses. Since then, a number of studies have been reported, but the limitations noted in the previous opinion are still prevalent."

Reliable human kinetic studies are included in chapter 5.1. Toxicokinetics.