[ RadSafe ] DNA Damage and Oxidative Processes

James Salsman james at bovik.org
Thu Jul 21 21:07:11 CDT 2005

 >... researcher "poisoned" by ingestion of P-32....

I also have a vague recollection of this.  What was the
dose?  Wasn't the derived dose based on radiological
observations of the patient substantially likely to be
carcinogenic?  I'm not saying that it was, only that I
recall accusations that it was.

Uranium is a noncarcinogenic poison, except to the extent
that immune system disorders might be implicated in cancer:

A.F. Malenchenko, et al., "Effect of uranium on the
induction and course of experimental autoimmune orchitis
and hyroiditis," Journal of Hygiene, Epidemiology,
Microbiology, and Immunology (Prague), vol. 22 (1978),
pp. 268-277.

I wonder if anyone out there can please send me that paper.
I've only read excerpts of it.  I am not getting my hopes
up, as it is from a Czech medical journal and from the '70s.

Back on the subject of oxidative stress, I read that
Protandim (www.protandim.com) is going to be available in
4,500 stores across the U.S.:

I wish there were a "heavymetaltoxsafe" list where I could
ask people's opinions as to whether Protandim is a useful
therapy for uranium poisoning and actually get a response.

James Salsman

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