Terry on Jul 27th 2012
A Publication of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility
Summer 2012, p11.
While not discounting prevention and admitting that cancer clusters can be dif- ficult to prove, many experts believe the state should do both. Dr. Richard Jackson, chair of environmental health sciences at UCLA said “Cancer clusters rarely pan out with an environmental cause, but it is an ill-advised health official who dismisses all of them without at least a bit of a look.” For example, at least the state should do some data analysis, Dr. Jackson added.
Nevertheless, Indian plans to stick with what he calls his “very 21st-century” approach of non-involvement.