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hormesis and adaptive response WWW page

There is a recent WWW page devoted to radiation hormesis and adaptive
response.  The address of this WWW page is:


The page is still under construction, so it is not yet possible to read
abstracts, but there is still a good summary of what hormesis and adaptive
response are, a listing of some researchers conducting research in these
areas, links to other radiation safety pages, and much additional
information.  There is also some information provided by LNT adherents,
which I also found helpful.

To the best of my knowledge, this is the only WWW page devoted to this
subject and I think that Javad Mortazavi (the page's owner) deserves our
thanks for starting to collect this information in one place.  I have sent
him some materials and I would urge everyone else on RADSAFE to do the
same.  Wouldn't it be nice to have a central clearinghouse for
hormesis/adaptive response information?



The opinions expressed above are well-reasoned and insightful.  Needless to
say, they are not those of my employer. (with apologies to Michael Feldman)		

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