Dan Laks relates stories of trouble with funding mercury studies

dan-laks-rDan Laks, lead author of the study “Assessment of chronic mercury exposure within the U.S. population, National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1999–2006)” Relates stories of political influence on mercury research and troubles with obtaining funding for mercury studies as they relate to dental amalgam.

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Dan Laks
Relates stories of political influence on mercury research
and troubles with obtaining funding for mercury studies as they relate to dental amalgam.

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  1. bo@valhjalt.se'
    Bo Valhjalt

    One should not forget the Seychelles studies revealing nothing, supported by JIFSAN (Tuna industry influence), as opposed to the Faroe studies showing sigbificant effect in chukdren at school start, with no vested interest influence!

  2. bcalhoun@stanford.edu'
    Birgit Calhoun

    So true. It’s as if the scientific community has been affected too much by this dangerous substance and they are now in denial. However, the only way that people can become scientifically conscious is by making sure important scientists finally get it.

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