[ RadSafe ] Dx X ray and Early Prostate Cancer (veg lack)
HOWARD.LONG at comcast.net
HOWARD.LONG at comcast.net
Wed Jul 16 12:38:12 CDT 2008
Next to the Nottingham article is this:
Broccoli and Other Vegetables Linked with Decreased Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer
Indeed, my injury-prone biker, hang glider and other risk sport friends and patients are those least likely to eat their cabbage family veggies - a common cause (vs cause-effect) for the "injury and digestive problem X-rays" associated with early prostate cancer.
My palmRad readings are:
Pleasanton CA office 0.014 mR/hr
My chair (thoriated welding rods) 0.0.45
Phoenix Hilton room 0.020
" granite sink 0.025
Palo Verde site fence (in bus) 0.014
" " lecture hall 0.012
'' " passing spent fuel casks 0.011
" " " reactor #3 (in bus) 0.012
"Denver (read somewhere) 0.065"
I'd like my prostate to get more radiation, like Denver with low cancer rate.
-------------- Original message --------------
From: ROY HERREN <royherren2005 at yahoo.com>
> Web address:
> Possible Link Found Between X-rays And Prostate Cancer
> ScienceDaily (July 15, 2008) Researchers at The University of Nottingham have
> shown an association between certain past diagnostic radiation procedures and an
> increased risk of young-onset prostate cancer a rare form of prostate cancer
> which affects about 10 per cent of all men diagnosed with the disease.
> The study, the first of its kind to report the relationship between low dose
> ionising radiation from diagnostic procedures and the risk of prostate cancer,
> was funded by the Prostate Cancer Research Foundation (PCRF) and is part of the
> UK Genetic Prostate Cancer Study (UKGPCS).The study showed that men who had a
> hip or pelvic X-ray or barium enema 10 years previously were two and a half
> times more likely to develop prostate cancer than the general population. And
> ----- Original Message ----
> From: "HOWARD.LONG at comcast.net"
> To: "Michael, Joey L" ; radsafe at radlab.nl
> Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 4:57:58 PM
> Subject: RE: [ RadSafe ] HPS "Radiation Answers" Website
> (Sent to that excellent rad info site)
> To persuade the public, as with sunshine (ultraviolet wave-length radiation)
> needed for vitamin D, we must inform about ionizing radiation BENEFIT
> (hormesis), to motivate (not only absence of harm).
> Put anti-nucs on the defensive for withholding benefit from the public,harming
> the public by depriving of an "essential trace energy" (Cameron), like depriving of
> sunshine and vitamin D. .
> Thousands of studies support greater longevity (RR 0.76 in NSWS Cameron) and
> much less cancer (RR < 0.20 Taiwan apt. study, Chen, Luan et al).
> See www.ddponline.org, www.oism.org etc.
> Howard Long
> -------------- Original message --------------
> From: "Michael, Joey L"
> > This may be the best item ever posted to radsafe. The information
> > contains the three C's - complete, concise, and coherent.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl [mailto:radsafe-bounces at radlab.nl] On
> > Behalf Of Miller, Mark L
> > Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 3:30 PM
> > To: 'radsafe at radlab.nl'
> > Subject: [ RadSafe ] HPS "Radiation Answers" Website
> > http://www.radiationanswers.org/#looper
> > Put this link on your browser's "favorites". It has some good, simple
> > information that is useful for all of us at a moment's notice.
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