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Re: Risks of low level radiation - New Scientist Article

On Sat, 15 Dec 2001, Jerry Cohen wrote:

> Otto,

>     Couldn't this observation apply to just about any epidemiological study?



> >"Lubin's mathematical analysis that shows that it is

> > theoretically possible that the non-LNT slope observed by Prof. Cohen may

> > be in error without limit as a result of some unknown cross-level

> > confounding relationship"

	--If anyone offers an example of an epidemilogical study that

cannot give grossly erroneous results, I will be happy to show how the

results could be grossly erroneous if plausibility is not a requirement.

Lubin's analysis does not require plausibility.


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