AW: [ RadSafe ] Thomas Fasy, MD, Expert on Depleted Uranium
franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Thu Mar 9 07:06:19 CST 2006
Looking on the results from a Google Search on "Thomas Fasy" and their
headlines you need not investigate further to know, which agenda he has.
I welcome any efforts to end and prevent any wars, but they should not use
distorted and even deliberately wrong "facts" like in the case of DU. It
also offers charlatans a possibility to present themselves in the mass media
and in many cases a method to earn considerable amounts of money.
PhD, MR iR
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> Betreff: [ RadSafe ] Thomas Fasy, MD, Expert on Depleted Uranium
> Do any Radsafers know anything about the supposed credentials of this
> "expert" on depleted uranium - I wonder if he is an anti-DU activist who
> is using his medical expertise to claim expertise in depleted uranium.
> Thomas M. Fasy, M.D., PH.D.
> Associate Professor, Pathology, Mt Sinai Medical School, NY City
> E-mail: thomas.fasy at mssm.edu
> A large number of American soldiers [in Iraq] may have had significant
> exposure to uranium oxide dust," said Dr. Thomas Fasey, a pathologist at
> Mount Sinai Medical Center (New York City) and an expert on depleted
> uranium. "
> http://wrightworld.net/sciencenewspage3.htm - posting of NY Daily News
> article -- more complete than some other postings
> I wonder how he supposedly acquired his "expertise".
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