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Risposta del Segretario all’Energia degli Stati Uniti, Steven Chu, a Ernest Sternglass sui danni del nucleare a basse dosi

Risposta del Segretario all’Energia degli Stati Uniti, Steven Chu, a Ernest Sternglass sui danni del nucleare a basse dosi

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Published by: Informare Per Resistere on Jul 05, 2010
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Department of Energy
Washington, DC 20585
March
23,
2009
Ernest J. Sternglass, PhD University
of
Pittsburgh School
of
Medicine Director
of
the Radiation and Public Health Project 4601 Fifth Avenue, #824 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213 Dear Dr. Sternglass: Thank you for your letter
of
February
7,
2009, to the Secretary
of
Energy, Dr. Steven Chu, regarding your concerns about radiological exposures and public health. The Department
of
Energy (DOE) has long shared your concerns regarding the potential effects
of
radiological exposures upon both workers within DOE and the public residing in communities near DOE sites. Several key structures within DOE and research-partnerships are noteworthy: The DOE Office
of
Science's Office
of
Biological and EnvironmentalResearch conducts and funds research into the effects
of
low-level ionizingradiation upon both the human organism and also the environment, whichseeks to understand the mechanisms
of
the outcomes to which you havereferred and to thereby inform policy regarding DOE and Nuclear RegulatoryCommission dose limits for both workers and the public.• 
DOE's
Office
of
Illness and Injury Prevention Programs, within the Office
of
Health, Safety and Security, conducts and funds research into the potentialhealth effects
of
radiation upon DOE workers, predominantly through aresearch-partnership with the National Institute for Occupational Safety andHealth, which has contributed to the improved awareness and safety practices
of
DOE.• 
DOE's
Office
of
Illness and Injury Prevention Programs also conducts andfunds research into the potential health effects
of
radiation upon the public,predominantly through a research-and public outreach-partnership with theAgency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, a partnership which hasprovidedDOE and those respective stakeholders with the independent and, attimes, critical research and outreach required to both address theconsequences
of
the Cold War to which you referred and also to preventfuture health outcomes associated with radiological exposures.
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