Janine Allis-Smith: My trip down memory lane…..an elusive virus, dodgy radioactive discharges, and an Emperor who changed his clothes. The Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group and other cancer charities united on World Cancer Day. The event brought back memories of not only having to face childhood leukaemia within our families, but also the ongoing battle to find out what caused the cancer. For us living in the shadow of Sellafield in West Cumbria, those charged with researching the cause appear willing to accept the Kinlen virus hypothesis and exonerate Sellafield, while other independent experts simply tell us to “forget this whole infection hypothesis. these hypotheses have arisen primarily to explain away any risk of radiation.”
CORE 5th Feb 2017 read more »
Federal regulators killed a rigorous examination of cancer in millions of Americans living near nuclear plants because they were convinced the study couldn’t link reactors to disease and would be too costly, newly released records show.
Orange County Register 3rd Feb 2017 read more »