Brian G. Levin

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The potential for nuclear and radiological terrorism is a concern for policy makers as the motives and methods of many modern terrorists have changed to embrace weapons of mass destruction. Because these threats likely involve malefactors who rely on a combination of preparation, cooperation, and technical data, it is important to examine how the law(More)
We tested whether familial aggregation of Down syndrome and Alzheimer's disease (AD) is present for trisomies of other autosomes. We compared rates of Alzheimer-like dementia in the parents of women with trisomic pregnancy losses (n = 109) with those in parents of women with chromosomally normal losses (n = 151) and births (n = 216). Relative risks of(More)
Evaluations of the health effects of exposures in the workplace and environment have broadened to include effects on reproduction, as well as on the development of cancer. Models to assess risks associated with varying doses of exposure rest almost entirely on data about cancer. In this paper we discuss some distinctive features of reproduction which bear(More)
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