[ RadSafe ] Cancer II

Mohan Doss mohan.doss at fccc.edu
Mon May 14 14:14:59 CDT 2012

     Thanks for the (premature) complements but I don't deserve them nor 
take them seriously (nor should anyone else).  There is a lot of work 
that needs to be done to determine whether these ideas do help in 
reducing cancers in prospective studies.  Of course I would not think of 
proposing any such study in the USA because of concern for potential 
lawsuits (that can doom the study) if even one of the participants is 
diagnosed with cancer following planned exposure to low dose radiation.  
I am wondering if there is some country or region where there is less 
likelihood of such lawsuits making a prospective study of radiation 
hormesis conceivable.  Any takers?
     Best regards,

Mohan Doss, Ph.D., MCCPM
Medical Physicist, Diagnostic Imaging,
Associate Professor,
Fox Chase Cancer Center, R427
333 Cottman Avenue,
Philadelphia, PA 19111-2497.
Phone: 215 214-1707
Fax:   215 728-4755
E-mail:  Mohan.Doss at fccc.edu

On 5/14/2012 2:15 AM, JPreisig at aol.com wrote:

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