Jaqueline Lees, a cancer researcher, is in an online video on cancer. It’s quite good, and she is better than most scientists when it comes to talking to the public about technical issues. She explains the development of tumors through several stages, which can potentially take years. This makes sense to anyone who follows mesothelioma… Continue reading Video on cancer development
The University of Pennsylvania’s Oncolink website had an article by Carolyn Vachan on dietary supplements, which is often a sore spot with doctors and medical researchers even as they are very popular with the general public. Supplements (vitamins, minerals, etc.) make up a $23 billion industry in the United States, and they are largely unregulated.… Continue reading Dietary Supplements
The Pump Handle blog had a post the other day by David Michaels (a professor at George Washington University) questioning government efforts in occupational exposure of beryllum. Chronic Beryllium Disease is an inflammatory lung disease. OSHA regulations are based on old data which has been superceded by new findings. The Department of Energy has already… Continue reading Do OSHA regulations keep up with the science?