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alliebridge
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I just saw Al Gore's new movie.

In it he has a list of new diseases caused by global warming--one of which was LYME DISEASE! Yay--it got noticed!

It was so interesting to see why all of these new diseases are epidemic and how they came about.

It is the scariest movie you will ever see. Scarier than "the Omen" because it's REAL!

It was an AMAZING, STARTLING, and SAD but hopeful movie that EVERYONE MUST SEE!

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I haven't seen it yet but plan to. Could this be the beginning of another Gore run for the presidency? If he would put health reform up there with his environmental platform, I would campaign relentlessly for him!
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Where can I see the movie? Is it in theaters or on TV?

Thanks [Smile]

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Here's a link. The movie is in theaters--limited release right now.

http://www.climatecrisis.net/findatheater/

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Thanks!
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Mo
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This is a powerful film.

Global warming is a critical problem. Two new studies have linked global warming with stronger storms like Katrina, among other things.

We simply can't ignore what man is doing to Earth any longer.

Mo

[ 07. June 2006, 07:51 PM: Message edited by: Mo ]

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sorry to be so stupid

I went to the link

What is the title of the movie?

I couldn't find it at net flix

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I love Al Gore, always have, always will.

I'm glad this movie is at Netflix!!!

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I just want to add my vote to this. The movie was fantastic. And very inspiring.

One point he made struck home as a Lyme patient. He said that when people first hear about a terrible problem they deny it. When they stop denying , they move to a position of despair - feeling that they can do nothing about the problem

He says they skip right over the step of trying to do something about the problem!!

ALthough, it may be human nature, we can't let that happen to us as Lyme patients.

Right now we are on the verge of losing two of our doctors - one of them the only pediatrician for Lyme.

Please check out the threads here about what you can do.

Don't deny what will happen if Dr. Jones cannot afford adequate legal representation. He will lose his license. We will lose the only Lyme pediatrician we have - leaving all other pediatricians with the message that they should stay away from Lyme lest they also become targets.

GO to www.DefendLymeDoctors.org and contribute to the fund now, please.

And seeing Gore's movie will give you extra incentive to become an activist.
Ellen

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Just left the theatre having seen this film, and I agree. This movie is a must-see!

Also, the similar mind-set of denial and distraction that occur both in the case of global warming and the Lyme fiasco is stunning.

Loved the quotation about it being hard to understand something if getting your pay check depends on your not understanding it.

I'm going to buy the DVD as soon as possible and rewatch this regularly. Everything depends on our being able to "get" this and take corrective action!

[ 11. June 2006, 03:49 PM: Message edited by: FightFireWithWater ]

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The global warming isn't caused by cars.

It is caused by the destruction of trees,the Amazon being the most important.

Yet everyone I know except me that buys a wooded lot cuts allmost all the trees down ,plants worthless blue grass and nukes it with yard chems.

Trees change carbon dioxide into oxygen and they are like giant airconditioners.

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MadDog,

You'll be happy to know that planting trees is one of the recommended action items promoted by this film. For more details see www.climatecrisis.net

As so often turns out to be the case, it is not a matter of "either/or" (trees or cutting vehicle emissions) its "both/and" (both cutting vehicle emissions and needing more trees)

If you care about your home planet, please, everyone, get involved. To start with, you can check to see if your city has signed the Kyoto treaty. If not, find out what you can do to make it happen. Also, we can check out our own life choices and see if they are in alignment with
planetary health, and if not, work towards making changes. Takes some effort, but we dare not stay napping.

Again, please see
www.climatecrisis.net

and see the film "An Inconvenient Truth" playing at movie houses now.

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everything is a double-edged sword --
think about this -- they blame the spread of Lyme in the northeast on the growing deer pop. fueled by re-forestation.

that means more trees, more critters, more ticks....

so how do we win?

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thanks Allie [Cool] I've been anxious to see it!

spiral ~ while the deer do transport the ticks, it's not the deer population we should be as worried about. Forests are getting cut down to make room for more and more developments/housing, scaring away fox and the other predators of mice, who are the ones who actually carry and transmit borrelia.

This disruption of the natural ecosystem is why Lyme is proliferating at such a rapid rate, especially in the suburbs. At my parents suburban house in CT, the yard is INFESTED with ticks and they don't live right near a forest. I pull more ticks off our dogs from them just lying in the open grass for 10 min there than when they walk through the woods.

Each year it's getting worse and worse and it's our own fault. Very scary.


Oh, and where was this Al Gore in 2000??

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How do we "KNOW" this is correct and certain???

Who did the satistics and legwork for the last 500 years and the future years???

Who did the measuring of said effects?

I remember when I was young they said we were gradually cooling and were doomed then!!

How much pollution control happens in China?? I heard zero control, thick black smog everywhere, and difficulty breathing.

Do we accept this as gospel fact because we saw it in a movie???

Do we have natural heating and cooling cycles in nature, naturally???

Do you realize that IF Al Gore was elected president his MAIN agenda was to eliminate the internal combustion engine in "8 YEARS". Can you even imagine the chaos and long term consequenses of such actions?? Where would your food then come from??? AND dont tell me the store!!!And how would the stores have things to sell, or how would you get there??

THINK about it, make good choices,, but THINK about the whole picture.

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Do you that young trees produce more oxygen and use more C02?
Correct forestry practices work.

Where are the procedes going for Als movie??

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The hell i go through to save my natural area!!

Yes I got a 1.2 acre place smack dab in the middle of hell. http://www.lakengren.com/body_index.html

Yes this is were people who are not happy with themselvs go to deforest Ohio and nuke everything with yard chems .

A evil POA (People),who are (ORIGINAL)(A$$holes)And want to pry into your business and try to tell you to nuke your world,destroy nature and slash and burn.

Due to the persons with dissabilities act they cant force me to do that!!No way can I do that!!

They are terrible they have no self worth they think self worth is in nuking your yard and showing off.

SAD pieces of $hit they are.

Well I probably should have not posted this as my child hood friend got manager and he is a hard worker and a good person.(He doesent live here)!!

I once tought some good people how to sabotage bulldosers in the forest ,ha pull the top off of the injection pump and reinstall it so it goes to full throttle and the engine explodes.

Boom trees saved!!!!!

GGRRRRRR MADDOG

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just Don,

I really hope that you will take the time to actually see this film. Many of your questions will be answered when you do so. Healthy scepticism is a good thing; being able to take in new info is too.

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I can't wait to see this film!

I'm definitely a 'tree-hugger' from way back and proud of it!

Balance, compromises, intelligent choices...

Never too late!

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Maddog asked me to post these for you!

Maddog's pictures [Cool]
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You can watch the movie trailer here!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TUiP6dqPynE

and the poster
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Thanks Wild Condor!!!!!

Those are pics. of my woods wild flowers!!

MADDOG

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Gorgious wildflowers!

Here is the link for Al Gore being on Larry King Live last night to discuss his book, etc. I have NOT read this to see if LYME DISEASE was mentioned or not.

http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0606/13/lkl.01.html

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Great points FightFireWithWater.

I didn't go in(before seeing the movie)thinking that this movie would change my attitude very much. I always cared about the environment, recycled diligently, etc.. But strangely enough, it did!

It made me VERY concerned about CLIMATE CHANGE (and that is an understatement!). Al Gore(on Larry King)said that Climate change is the better, more accurate term(rather than Global Warming).

You must see the movie before making any judgement upon it.

This is a movie that will stick with you.

It is always in the back of my mind, now. I'm so conscious of the climate crisis now, that I'm even driving the speed limit to get better gas mileage! That's amazing for me! [Smile]

Also agree with Cave76: Not much use worrying about wars, oil, taxes, immigration or party affiliations if the planet is dying.
My sentiments exactly !!!
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just Don,

I really hope that you will take the time to actually see this film. Many of your questions will be answered when you do so. Healthy scepticism is a good thing; being able to take in new info is too.


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Movie Dr.Rosalie Bertell

Dr again biological and chemical warfare

Take it or leave it.


Library of Congress Thomas

Research Paper Submitted to Airforce August 1996


This little old ladies background.
Curriculum Vitae
ROSALIE BERTELL, Ph.D., G.N.S.H.

Born April 4, 1929
Buffalo, New York, USA
Member of a Roman Catholic religious community since September 1951
Canadian Citizen
C.V. revised October 10, 1999



Education
INSTITUTION DEGREE DATE
D'Youville College
Buffalo B.A., Magna cum Laude Mathematics 1951
Catholic University of America
Washington M.A. Mathematics 1959
Catholic University of America
Washington Ph.D. Biometrics
with Minors in Biology and Biochemistry 1966
Mount St. Vincent University
Halifax D. Hum. L. Honoris Causa 1985
D'Youville College
Buffalo D.Sc. Honoris Causa 1988
Laurentian University
Sudbury Doctor of Laws Honoris Causa 1988
Ryerson Polytechnical Inst
Toronto Ryerson Fellowship for:
"Recognition for substantive work
in environmental and occupational health" 1988
University of Windsor D.Sc Honoris Causa 1988
The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education,
Toronto Distinguished Educator 1990



Positions Held
INSTITUTION TITLE DATES
International Institute of Concern for Public Health President 9/87 - present
International Commission of Health Professionals Founding Member
Executive Committee
Secretary General 1/85 - present
10/88 - present
1/91 - present
International Perspectives in Public Health Editor in Chief 1/84 - present
Ovum Pacis: The Women's University Faculty Member 6/94 - present
International Institute of Concern Public Health Director, Research
President Board 6/84 - 9/87
Jesuit Centre for Social Faith and Justice,
Toronto Energy/Public Health Specialist 9/80 - 9/84
Ministry of Concern for Public Health,
Buffalo Director, Research Consultant 6/78 - 6/80
Graduate School of the State University of NY,
Buffalo *** 't Research Professor 1974-1978
Roswell Park Memorial Institute,
Buffalo Senior Cancer Research Scientist 1970-1978
State University of NY, Buffalo Visiting Prof. 1972 - 1973
D'Youville College, Buffalo Coordinator of Inst. Research 1971-1972
D'Youville College, Buffalo Associate Prof., Math Dept 1969-1972
D'Youville Academy, Atlanta, Georgia Coordinator, High School Math Teachers 1968-1969
Sacred Heart Junior College, Pennsylvania Registrar and Assoc. Professor Mathematics 9/58 - 1/68



Consultancies
British Columbia Medical Association, Environmental Health Committee, Canada
Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Pollutant Movement and Transformation Committee, U.S.A.
National Council of Churches, Energy Task Force, U.S.A.
New York State Medical Society, Committee on Environmental Quality, U.S.A.
Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Standards Development Office, U.S.A.
Consultative Group on Arms Control & Disarmament to the Canadian Ambassador on Disarmament to the U. N.
Citizen's Advisory Committee,President's Commission on the accident at Three Mile Island, U.S.A.
Wisconsin State Medical Society, Committee on Health and the Environment, USA
Ontario Public Service Employee's Union, Canada
Commissioner on the International Commission of Health Professionals, Geneva
Global Education Associates, U.N. Non-Governmental Organization
Ministry of Concern for Public Health, Buffalo, U.S.A.
Canadian Union of Public Employees, Canada
Institute fur Energie und Umweltforschung, Heidelberg, F.R.G.
Japanese Assoc. of Scientists, Japan
Native Americans for a Clean Environment, Oklahoma. U.S.A.
Consumers Association of Penang, Malaysia
Centre for Industrial Safety and Environmental Concerns, Kerala, India
Interchurch Coordination Committee for Development Projects, Zeist, The Netherlands
Mercy Health Services, International, U.S.A.
Rongelap People's Council, Rongelap, Republic of the Marshall Islands
Ontario Hydro Employee's Union, Canada
Science Advisory Board, International Joint Commission of the U. S. and Canada
International Policy Action Committee - Women's Preparatory Committee for UNCED 1992, Beijing 1995
Manuscript review, Canadian Medical Assoc. Journal
Judge: Permanent People's Tribunal, Bhopal, India Oct. 1992; Madrid Sept. 1994; London Dec. 1994.
Co-Director:
International Medical Commission, Bhopal, India, January 1994
African National Congress, Committee on Science and Technology
International Court on the Environment, Venice, 1995.
Project Warmth for Homeless Street People, Toronto.
Greater Toronto Clearing House, Toronto
Advisory Board, Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy, Toronto
Pugwash, Canada
National Roundtable on the Environment and Economy
Ontario Environmental Assessment Board
New City of Toronto, Task Force on the Environment.
Health Canada, Great Lakes Health Effects Program
Member:
Science Advisory Board, US-Canada International Joint Committee on the Water Quality Agreement.
Nuclear Task Force, US-Canada International Joint Committee on the Water - Quality Agreement.
European Parliament
Permanent People's Tribunal, Rome


Academic and Professional Honors, Scholarships, Traineeships
Scholarship (4 years D'Youville), graduated Magna Cum Laude
Kappa Gamma Pi, Sigma Xi, Graduate Assistantship (Catholic University) for M.A.
National Institute of Health Grant (3 years at Catholic University) for Ph.D.
New York State Dept. of Health, Post Doctorate Summer Research
Grey Nuns' Legislative Chapter, Elected Delegate 1971, 1974, 1975,1988,1993, and 1998
National Assembly of Women Religious:
House of Delegates 1973 to 1976
National Executive Board 1977 to 1980
Outstanding Civic Leader of America Award 1970
Reader for Advanced Placement Calculus Examination, Educational Testing, Princeton 1971, 1972
Outstanding Educators of America, Elected 1973
Award, Spring 1981 from National Organization of Women WNY Chapter
Award, 1981 from New York Public Interest Research Group
Honorary Member of Aerztebund fuer Umwelt und Lebensschutz (Federation of Physicians for the Protection of Energy and Life) 1983
Hans Adalbert Schweigart Medal, Awarded by the World League for the Protection of Life, Vienna, Austria 1983
Fellow of the Indian Society of Naturalists, Baroda, India 1985
The Right Livelihood Award, December, 1986, Sweden
" FOR RAISING PUBLIC AWARENESS ABOUT THE DESTRUCTION OF THE BIOSPHERE AND HUMAN GENE POOL, ESPECIALLY BY LOW-LEVEL RADIATION"
Distinguished Alumnae Award, Mount St. Joseph Academy, 1987
Women of Distinction Award, YWCA - Toronto, 1987
World Peace Award, World Federalists of Canada 1988
United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP) official recognition for outstanding environmental achievements and naming to the Global 500 Roll of Honour.
Honorary Member, Assoc. of Mediterranean Women
Marguerite D'Youville Humanitarian Award, Grey Nuns of Montreal, Cambridge Massachusetts


Membership and Committees
American Academy of Political and Social Sciences
American Association of University Women
American Public Health Association
Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart
Institute of Society, Ethics and Life Sciences
International Biometric Society
International League of Women for Peace and Freedom
Kappa Gamma Pi
National Assembly of Women Religious
New York Academy of Science
Pugwash, Canadian Section, International
Sigma Xi: Scientific Research Honor Society
Advisory Board Member, Energy Policy Information Institute
Advisory Board Member, Musicians United for Safe Energy
Plenary Member of Health Physics Society
Board of Advisors, Nuclear Reform Project
Board of Advisors, Colorado Atomic and Agent Orange Veterans
Advisory Board, Ecumenical Task Force on the Love Canal, USA
Advisory Board, Lawyers for Social Responsibility, Canada
Board of Directors, Peacework Alternatives, U.S.A.
Food and Water, Inc., Board of Directors, Denville, New Jersey
Board of Advisors, Food Irradiation Alert, Burnaby, BC
Advisory Board Member, Great Lakes Health Effects Program, Health and Welfare, Canada.
Board of Directors, Global Education Associates, New York
Science Advisory Board, US-Canada International Joint Commission
Environment Task Force, City of Toronto
Nuclear Task Force, US-Canada International Joint Commission


Biographical Publications
American Catholic Who's Who 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981
American Men and Women of Science 1976, 1981, 1985
American Men and Women of Science: Consultants 1977
American Registry Series 1980 (Selected)
Anglo-American Who's Who 1981
Community Leaders and Noteworthy Americans 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980
Community Leaders of America 1982
Dictionary of International Biography 1977-78, 1978-79, 1979-80, 1980-81
Directories of Distinguished Americans 1981
International Book of Honor, Second World Edition 1986
International Who's Who in Community Service 1978, 1979
International Who's Who of Intellectuals, Vol. II, 1978
International Register of Profiles 1979
International Register of Biographies, 1986
International Who's Who in Contemporary Achievement, 1985
Men and Women of Distinction 1979
Notable American 1976-77, 1978-79
Notable Americans of Bicentennial Era 1976
Personalities of the Americas, First Commemorative Edition 1987
Who's Who in American Scientists 1973-77
Who's Who in American Women 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979-80
Who's Who in Health Care 1977
Who's Who in the East 1977-78, 1979-80
World Who's Who of Women 1976, 1977, 1981, 1995
Foremost Women of the Twentieth Century, 1986
Canadian Who's Who, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 , 1997, 1998.
The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership,1992
Who's Who in Canadian Women, 1995


Publications

Testing Whether a Multinational Distribution is a Binomial Distribution of Order k" - Doctoral Thesis - Un. Microfilm Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1966

Introduction to Creative Mathematics, (Book) Edwards and Sons, 1971.

"Pets and Adult Leukemia," American Journal of Public Health, co-authored with Dr. Bross and Dr. Gibson, November 1972 (Vol. 62).

Manual for Users, Relative Risk Program, theoretical design for and description of the computer program, 1973, with Chandu Rathod, Department of Biostatistics, Roswell Park Memorial Institute.

Relative Risks for Combinations of 2x2 Tables, a program for the Monroe 1860 Calculator with L.I. Blumenson, 1973, Department of Biostatistics, R.P.M.I.

Relative Risks When There Are Several Levels of Exposure, a program for the Monroe 1860 Calculator with L.E. Blumenson, April 1973, Department of Biostatistics, R.P.M.I.

"On an Alternate Method of Calculating and Odds Ratio," Journal of Medicine, Vol. 6, No. 1, 1975.

Theoretical Description of "Sister Test," Fastfortran (Conversational Ver. 4) Program, May 1974, with L.E. Blumenson, Department of Biostatistics, R.P.M.I.

"Nuclear Suicide," America, Vol. 131, No. 12, 1974.

"You are Needed," Encounter, Vol. 3, 1974.

"Dubious Victory," Baltimore Sun, August 12, 1974.

"Dental X-ray Hazards Held Well Documented," Buffalo Courier Express, October 10, 1974.

"Extensions of the Relative Risk Concept," Experientia, Vol. 131, January 1975.

"Nuclear Hazards," Feb. 1975 Nuclear Decisions. Also published separately by LAND Educational Associates Foundation, Inc., Rt. 5, Box 176, Stevens Point, Wis. 54481

"Citizen Action Recommended," Nuclear Opponents, Allendale, New Jersey, March-April 1975, pg. 1.

"The Equal Rights Amendment," Western New York Catholic, feature article, April 24, 1975.

"Recapping Renewal," Probe, April, 1975.

"More About Nuclear Suicide," Nuclear Opponents, Allendale, New Jersey, May-June 1975.

"Scientists question some PP&L Claims." Letter to the Editor, Harrisburg Evening News, May 16, 1975.

Written testimony on the hazards of low level radiation. House of Representatives, Committee on Energy and the Environment, Subcommittee of the House Interior Committee. Rep. Morris Udall, Chairman, August 6. 1975.

"Children of the Lord," Contemplative Review, November 1975.

"Health Effects from Nuclear Exposure," feature article, The Providence Journal, Providence, Rhode Island, June 16, 1976.

Testimony in a Congressional Seminar on Low Level Ionizing Radiation, Subcommittee on Energy and the Environment of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, May 4, 1976. U.S. Government Printing Office, 79-7670.

Testimony, July 7, 1976. Mines and Energy Management Committee. House of Representatives. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

"Biohazards of Nuclear Generators," Special International Nuclear Opponents for the Observance of the Anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Nuclear Opponents, November 1976.

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The Ethical Problems Involved in Nuclear Generation of Electricity. An invited address delivered at the Energy Symposium, May 13,1978, sponsored by the Irish Transport and General Workers Union in Dublin, Ireland. Published in A Nuclear Ireland?, Dublin, 1979.

Health Hazards Involved in the Production, Storage and Use of Nuclear Weapons. Invited address, Japan International Congress Against A and H Bombs. Osaka, Japan, August 1978. Published in Congress Proceedings, 1979.

Part 16 and Part 17, CBS-TV Summer Session: Alternative Futures (29 minutes each), June 1978. Video Tapes available from Global Education Associates, 552 Park Avenue, East Orange, N.J. 07017.

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Spring (a poem). Contemplative Review, Spring Issue 1980.

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Crimes Against Life and Death. Speech given at Tribunal Against First Strike and Mass Destruction Weapons in East and West, Nurenberg, West Germany, February 1983. Published in Proceedings. Also published as: "Early War Crimes of WW III", Breakthrough, Fall 1983.

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"Current Challenges to the Christian as Scientist", Canadian Catholic Review, December 1984.

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"Scientific Information Suppressed". Index on Censorship. Vol. 14 No. 5 October 1985.

Swedish translation of No Immediate Danger, Symposion Bokforlag and Tryckeri AB, Stockholm/Lund 1986.

German translation of No Immediate Danger, Goldmann Verlag, Munchen, F.R.G. 1987.

Japanese translation of Handbook for Estimating Health Effects from Exposure to Ionizing Radiation, Gijutsu to Ningen Publishing Co., 1987.

French translation of No Immediate Danger, Les Editions de la Pleine Lune, Montreal, 1988 and CQFDL, St.-Thibault-des-Vignes, France 1988.

"Estimate of Uranium and Nuclear Radiation Casualties Attributable to Activities Since 1945," Medicine and War, Vol. 4. 27 - 36 (1988).

"Health is a Human Right." In press for 1988 Yearbook: International Commission of Health Professionals, Geneva.

"The Real Meaning of Health Care," Breakthrough, Fall '87/Spring '88 pp.64-65.

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"Exposure: Environmental Links to Breast Cancer" a documentary video (48 minutes; color) Directed and Produced by Francine Zuckerman and Martha Butterfield. Available from The Women's Network on Health and Environment, Toronto, Canada. Released September 1997.

Years After Roentgen, edited by Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake and Edmund Lengfelder. Proceeds of the International Congress held in Berlin 1995. "Low Level Radiation Exposure Effects in the Tri-State Leukemia Survey", pp. 48-59, Published 1997.

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