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

Muckerheide, Jim (CDA) Jim.Muckerheide at state.ma.us
Tue Mar 13 02:38:20 CDT 2007

Jerry and friends,

Not only "eventually," it's been done.  See, e.g.,:


Not only is this an experiment identifying biological/physiological responses to radon therapy by our friend Yamaoka (who moved from very successful laboratory work that was being ignored by the drug-surgery committed medical community, to the Misasa Spa Hospital to treat patients), and this is a CLINICAL TRIAL, which ties these responses directly to clinical results in actual patients!

If the abstract isn't sufficient, this is an OPEN ACCESS paper.  Download it; read it.  (I've sent this before.)

Now, also click on "Related Articles" on the right.  Read these.  I've distributed some of these before also.

See also this paper, one of another clinical trial, from the Netherlands to the Heilstollen Radon Therapy Hospital at Bad Hofgastein, Austria:

You can also go in this direction:

See also the papers of our friend Dr. Falkenbach, the former attending physician at Heilstollen, which you can also see at:
(If you get a broken link, if it is to a doc at "cnts.wpi.edu," you can replace that with "radscihealth.org.")

Regards, Jim

-----Original Message-----
From: Jerry Cuttler [mailto:jerrycuttler at rogers.com]
Sent: Mon 3/12/2007 10:25 PM
To: John Jacobus; Muckerheide, Jim  (CDA); Patricia Lewis; Barbra Erickson; RAD-SCI-L
Cc: Scott, Bobby; Christoph Köstinger; Ted Rockwell; Edward Calabrese; Ron Mitchel; Myron Pollycove; Ludwig Feinendegen; Peter Deetjen; M Vogel @MSU; TD Luckey; Robert J. Cihak; Jodi.Strzelczyk at UCHSC.edu; radsafe at radlab.nl
Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] IJLR - Erickson - Range of Motion assessment at radonmine
X-rays and radon are both ionizing and they affect the whole organism.
X-ray studies are easier to do than radon studies, but similar studies with 
radon will be done eventually.

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Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] IJLR - Erickson - Range of Motion assessment at 

> And what does this have to do with radon?  Or radon
> mines? Or ranges of motion?
> --- Jerry Cuttler <jerrycuttler at rogers.com> wrote:
>> Here's one that used x-rays.
>> There are many more ...

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