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Clarification

The third sentence in the last paragraph of the article "Our Radiation Protection Policy Is A Hazard To Public Health" (T. Rockwell, The Scientist, March 3, 1997, page 9) should have read: "There is no legitimacy in predicting deaths at radiation levels far below where any actual health effects are observed." A photo of Theodore Rockwell accompanying the article should have been credited to photographer G.F. Stork. [corrected in Web version stored here]

The Scientist Staff

The third sentence in the last paragraph of the article "Our Radiation Protection Policy Is A Hazard To Public Health" (T. Rockwell, The Scientist, March 3, 1997, page 9) should have read: "There is no legitimacy in predicting deaths at radiation levels far below where any actual health effects are observed."

A photo of Theodore Rockwell accompanying the article should have been credited to photographer G.F. Stork.

[corrected in Web version stored here]

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