[ RadSafe ] Developing Body of Evidence to Refute Mangano and Colleagues
sjd at swcp.com
Mon Apr 11 20:45:51 CDT 2011
The list of authors or contributors
include Rosalie Bertell, Chris Busby, Jay Gould,
Joe Mangano, Marvin Resnikoff (who is
characterized as a health physicist), Sternglass, and Alice Stewart.
Among many others, in the references we
find John Gofman (cited five times), Sternglass
(three times), Tamplin (one time, writing about
the hot particle), and Steve Wing. Wing is cited
for his article in Environmental Health
Perspectives about cancers at Three Mile Island.
Thank you, Bjorn, for providing this link.
At 03:48 PM 4/11/2011, you wrote:
>Good that Chris Busby found his way to Radsafers
>so we can clarify some matters.
>Here is a book by CB (+Bertell et al.):
>One question refers to the three papers (by CB)
>which appeared in European (Journal of) Biology
>and Bioelectromagnetics. The journal can to my
>knowledge not be found in scientific libraries
>and the corresponding website - well - where is it?
>Childhood leukemias and the reference to Mel
>Greaves: Why isn't his review in Nature Reviews
>Cancer (Vol.6, 2006:193-203) referred to? It
>gives a much more updated and in depth
>description of childhood leukemias (incl. a
>discussion about the population mixing theme). Greaves writes:
>"The idea that there might be a singular and
>exclusive cause of all cases - that is the
>cause - is patently absurd
>combinatorial impacts of crucial exposures,
>modifying influences, inherited susceptibility and chance
>My personal initiative only,
>Bjorn Cedervall bcradsafers at hotmail.com
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