[ RadSafe ] *** SPAM *** Re: TO THE MODERATOR Re: *** SPAM *** Re: on-site versus vendor provided dosimetry

Franz Schönhofer franz.schoenhofer at chello.at
Fri Aug 18 14:01:54 CDT 2017

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Content preview:  Ted,ause I really would be interested to know, why already
   several of my messages to RADSAFE were refused stating that they were spam.
   I have avoided to mention any comment on the new President - I tthink that
   USNewspapers do it in an excellent way. I have been recently at this years
   meeting of the health Physics society in Rayleight NC and was overwhelmed
   by the incredible positive impressions, the providedhelp in all matters of
   the conference. (I am severly restricted in my mobility because of vertigo.)
   I spend a lot of time to write comments, because I want to have them to be
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