• Oyster Creek: Safety First

    Sep 28, 2007 Trenton Times A coalition has recently been formed to push for a 20-year license extension for the Oyster Creek nuclear reactor near Toms River. The group, called the New Jersey Affordable, Clean, Reliable Energy Coalition (NJACRE), is dedicated to “increasing public awareness of the need to keep existing clean energy sources.” NJACRE […]

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  • For safety’s sake, shut down Oyster Creek

    Aug 08, 2007 By spring 2009, federal regulators must decide whether to allow the Oyster Creek nuclear reactor to operate for an additional 20 years. The decision is a critical one for New Jersey’s energy future. Oyster Creek, located in Ocean County just south of Toms River, began operating in May 1969. Be cause they […]

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  • RADIOACTIVE CONTAMINATION AND POTENTIAL HEALTH RISKS FROM THE OYSTER CREEK NUCLEAR POWER REACTOR

    Jun 12, 2007 Radiation and Public Health ProjectThis report was prepared with the assistance of:Grandmothers, Mothers, and More for Energy SafetyJersey Shore Nuclear WatchNew Jersey Public Interest Research GroupOcean County (NJ) League of Women VotersUNPLUG SalemAdvisors:Rosalie Bertell PhD, Founder of the International Institute of Concern for Public HealthMarci Culley PhD, Associate Professor of Psychology, Georgia […]

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  • Press Release

    For Immediate ReleaseMarch 28, 200611:00 a.m.Contact: Joseph J. Mangano609-399-4343Odiejoe@aol.com CHILD CANCER NEAR INDIAN POINT PLANT RISES AFTER STRONTIUM-90 EXPOSUREHealth risk linked to same chemical found in groundwater Trenton NJ, March 28 – Cancer in children living near the Indian Point nuclear plant rose just four years after increases in radioactive Strontium-90 in bodies of local […]

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  • Press Release

    For Immediate ReleaseMarch 28, 2006State Capitol Building,Room 109,Trenton, New Jersey Contact: Joseph J. Mangano609-399-4343Odiejoe@aol.com CHILD CANCER LINKED WITH REACTOR EMISSIONS, SAYS NEW STUDYOyster Creek reactor linked with health risks as 20 year license extension is considered [Trenton NJ, March 28] Cancer in children living near the Oyster Creek nuclear reactor rose after increased levels of […]

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  • PRESS RELEASE – CHILD CANCER NEAR INDIAN POINT PLANT RISES AFTER STRONTIUM-90 EXPOSURE

    For Immediate ReleaseMarch 28, 200611:00 a.m.Contact: Joseph J. Mangano609-399-4343Odiejoe@aol.com CHILD CANCER NEAR INDIAN POINT PLANT RISES AFTER STRONTIUM-90 EXPOSUREHealth risk linked to same chemical found in groundwater Trenton NJ, March 28 – Cancer in children living near the Indian Point nuclear plant rose just four years after increases in radioactive Strontium-90 in bodies of local […]

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  • A Short Latency Between Radiation Exposure From Nuclear Plants And Cancer In Young Children

    By Joseph J. Mangano, MPH, MBAInternational Journal of Health ServicesMarch, 2006A new study by Joseph Mangano was announced in Trenton NJ on March 28, 2006, published in theInternational Journal of Health Services.The article was presented at a news conference at the NJ state capitol in Trenton, which featured Mangano, Dr. Donald Louria of New Jersey […]

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  • Patch (Adams)

    To Whom It May Concern: I wholeheartedly endorse the work of the Radiation and Public Health Project. I have lived under the toxic cloud and horror of nuclear testing, weapons, and nuclear power since I was born in 1945. I have been a peace activist for 40 years, condemning all use of nuclear weapons and […]

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  • Samuel S. Epstein MD

    I have been following the research of the Radiation and Public Health Project’s baby tooth study for the past four years. It is, therefore, with great interest that I have reviewed RPHP’s April 2003 Final Report of Research on The South Florida Baby Teeth and Cancer Case Study, entitled “Environmental Radiation from Nuclear Reactors and […]

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  • Donald B Louria MD

    Increasingly, the people of the United States and the world are exposed to man-made radiation. Either by mistake or intention, that exposure is likely to increase. Often, we are told radiation releases pose no risk to health; these statements are usually not based on adequate evidence. We now know that radiation damage at a cell […]

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