[ RadSafe ] Re: Proposed Rebuttal to the Laura Weldon Article in bold Text

Maury Siskel maurysis at peoplepc.com
Wed Jan 23 23:04:27 CST 2008

Dave, I wonder why you think the Miller, McClain study sings a different 
tune. To be sure, questions always remain in some quarters, but the 
study states:

 "... Although no conclusive epidemiologic data have correlated DU 
exposure to specific health effects, studies using cultured cells and 
laboratory rodents continue to suggest the possibility of leukemogenic, 
genetic, reproductive, and neurological effects from chronic exposure. ..."

Maury&Dog   (Maury Siskel  maurysis at peoplepc.com)

Dave Blaine wrote:

>I have recently been stuck with some DU toxicology and epidemiology
>questions. Your statement that "Competent, unbiased scientists know of
>and can find no links" caught my eye, and I wonder if you can point to
>some such scientists and/or their publications.
>What I have so far is very much in line with army research --
>http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17508699 -- which sings a rather
>different tune.
>Dave Blaine
>----- original message -----
>Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 09:08:31 -0600
>From: bobcherry at satx.rr.com
>Subject: [ RadSafe ] Re: Proposed Rebuttal to the Laura Weldon Article
>       in      bold Text
>To: Roger Helbig <rhelbig at california.com>, radsafe at radlab.nl
>Message-ID: <f7fdc84378b4b.78b4bf7fdc843 at texas.rr.com>
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>"Military personnel and civilians who have been exposed to DU have
>linked the toxin to illness, birth defects and death. "
>This is most certainly true. However, these people have no scientific basis for making these links. Competent, unbiased scientists know of and can find no links.
>Here is the scientific question: If the hypothesis is that DU has

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