[ RadSafe ] Cancer suit filed against Los Alamos Labs

HOWARD.LONG at comcast.net HOWARD.LONG at comcast.net
Sun Jun 22 16:57:26 CDT 2008

Perhaps when we convince most of the public (perhaps with the help of Greenpeace guru Pat Moore, who, like McCain, is promoting nuclear power) that higher frequency radiation than sunshine's UV is also beneficial to health and actually REDUCES CANCER, then we can quiet the lawyers and Luddites. 

Dermatologists and lawyers should be referred to:
Sponsler R Cameron J: Nuclear shipyard worker study: I J Low Radiation 1:4. 2005 

Howard Long

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From: "Perle, Sandy" <sperle at mirion.com> 

> >>According to an article in the Las Cruces (NM) Sun-News, Ryman's 
> daughter "said her father's doctors were mystified about the cause of 
> his 
> cancer until they talked to her about his past. 
> "I told the doctor he grew up in Los Alamos, and he looked at me, put 
> down 
> his pen and said, 'Your dad has radiation exposure,' [the daughter] 
> said." 
> The link is . (How's that for a 
> diagnosis? The doctor never so much as saw the patient.)<< 
> Steve, 
> Not an unusual occurrence. This happens more often than you think. 
> Worker works with radiation and becomes ill. Member of the public 
> becomes ill and it's the radiation that causes the illness. This trend 
> towards litigation is partly what I have written about in the ALARA 
> dialogue. Employers are at risk where radiation is a part of the work. 
> People do get ill, and, where there is an illness, radiation is often 
> suggested at the root cause, right or wrong. If employers or businesses 
> don't do what is considered prudent, they are portrayed as ruthless and 
> not concerned about the public's or their worker's welfare. Juries can 
> be swayed. I observe where employees believe that they have been treated 
> fairly at work, generally don't sue. If they believe that management has 
> not treated them fairly, they will often sue. 
> Regards, 
> Sandy 
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