[ RadSafe ] IJLR - Erickson - Range of Motion assessment at radonmine

John R Johnson idias at interchange.ubc.ca
Thu Mar 8 17:07:36 CST 2007


This is an interesting subject as any good things about radiation dose 
always is!

FYI, when I worked for Gordon Stewart and Doug Simpson (ex ICRP people) at 
AECL, CRNL, one of the items of interest in the Bioassay Lab. was a radium 
"belt". I was told that it had belonged to the first Director of the Lab, 
who (I as told) slept with it because "radiation was good".


John R Johnson


Vancouver, B. C.


(604) 222-9840

idias at interchange.ubc.ca

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Patricia Lewis" <lewis at radonmine.com>
To: "Barbra Erickson" <beerickson at Exchange.FULLERTON.EDU>; "RAD-SCI-L" 
<rad-sci-l at wpi.edu>
Cc: "Scott, Bobby" <BScott at lrri.org>; "Ted Rockwell" 
<tedrock at starpower.net>; "Edward Calabrese" <EdwardC at SchoolPH.UMass.edu>; 
"Ron Mitchel" <mitchelr at aecl.ca>; "Jerry Cuttler" <jerrycuttler at rogers.com>; 
<Jodi.Strzelczyk at UCHSC.edu>; "TD Luckey" <tdl108 at sunflower.com>; "M Vogel 
@MSU" <mvogel at montana.edu>; "Myron Pollycove" <pollycove at comcast.net>; 
"Ludwig Feinendegen" <feinendegen at gmx.net>; <radsafe at radlab.nl>; "Peter 
Deetjen" <peter.deetjen at uibk.ac.at>; "Christoph Köstinger" 
<christoph.koestinger at gmx.net>; "Robert J. Cihak" <rjcihak at comcast.net>; 
"Jim Muckerheide" <jmuckerheide at cnts.wpi.edu>
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 7:57 AM
Subject: [ RadSafe ] IJLR - Erickson - Range of Motion assessment at 

>I apologize for duplicate mailings on this paper.  Follow up with author if 
> Best,
> Patricia Lewis
> Free Enterprise Radon Health Mine
> http://www.radonmine.com


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