Doug Crawford-Brown

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Previous studies concluded that there was no evidence that the 1979 nuclear accident at Three Mile Island (TMI) affected cancer incidence in the surrounding area; however, there were logical and methodological problems in earlier reports that led us to reconsider data previously collected. A 10-mile area around TMI was divided into 69 study tracts, which(More)
No state funds were used in the production of this publication. a panel of experts representing academia and industry explored the connections between energy use and global climate change in a free public event at UNC. On October 26th, 2005, UNC students, staff, faculty and administrators gathered at Rams Head Plaza to celebrate Campus Sustainability Day.(More)
We examined the effects of chronic exposure to radionuclides, primarily uranium and mixed-fission products, on cancer mortality in a retrospective cohort study of workers enrolled in the radiation-monitoring program of a nuclear research and development facility. Between 1950 and 1994, 2,297 workers were monitored for internal radiation exposures, and 441(More)
This article is a brief review and summary of the estimated incremental risks (increases in hazard quotient or decreases in thyroid uptake of iodine) to pregnant women (and hence their fetuses) associated with perchlorate exposure in community water supplies (CWSs) . The analysis draws on the recent health effects review published in 2005 by the National(More)
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