The following links will guide you to authoritative information on PFAS, especially in drinking water.
Michigan PFAS Action Response Team (MPART)
Information about PFAS testing in Michigan. Includes FAQs, Health, Testing & Treatment, PFA Sites, and more.
Toxological Report for Perfluoroalkyls: "The 800-plus-page draft report from the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, a division of the US Department of Health and Human Services, indicates that the "minimal risk levels" for oral exposure to two chemicals known as PFOS and PFOA are lower than the threshold currently recommended by the US Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA's levels are 10 and 6.7 times higher, respectively." [CNN.com 8/16/2018]
Emerging Contaminants in Water Supply Updates -PFAS
Toxic Fluorinated Chemicals in Tap Water and at Industrial or Military Sites
From an Environmental Defense Fund Blog Post:
Paper mills as a significant source of PFAS contamination, but who’s watching?
Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry
EPA PFAS Research
The Interstate Technology Regulatory Council (ITRC), a respected national public-private coalition of stakeholders, is developing a series of six fact sheets designed to summarize current knowledge concerning PFAS. ITRC’s intent is to document and disseminate consensus-based information regarding PFAS:
Grand Valley State University content with good research links
PFAS in American Red Cross adult blood donors, 2000-2015. Through Google Scholar - great research on PFAS in American blood supplies:
From Harvard School of Public Health
Michigan League of Conservation Voters - Safe Drinking Water