[ RadSafe ] CB interview on enriched U
Michael E. Kitto
mek14 at health.state.ny.us
Wed Oct 26 07:21:41 CDT 2011
The following headline's use of "alleged" and "might have" don't seem
convincing. The use of "maybe", "possibly conceivable", and "wild chance"
could have been included.
"Alleged use of uranium-enhanced weapons by US-led forces might have caused
birth defects and cancer increase"
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