The woman who knew too much illuminates the life and achievements of the remarkable woman scientist who revolutionized the concept of radiation risk for more than 40 years alice stewart 1906 2002 warned that low dose radiation was more dangerous than anyone acknowledged. Dr alice stewart is a british epidemiologist who revolutionized the concept of radiation risk born in 1906 she is an outstanding scientist with more than 400 peer reviewed papers to her name and someone who has taken courageous and effective stands on public issues. Woman who knew too much alice stewart and the secrets of radiation on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers woman who knew too much alice stewart and the secrets of radiation by gayle jacoba greene university of michigan press. Alice stewart is a world class radiation epidemiologist who is almost entirely unknown this is a woman who in her seventies took up the cause of radiation victims nuclear workers and bomb test veterans widows seeking compensation children dying of cancer from radiation exposure while the us and uk governments denied that radiation at doses known to be safe played a part in . The woman who knew too much alice stewart and the secrets of radiation ann arbor university of michigan press 1999 x 321 pp ill 3500 gbp1995 for the past twenty years most american and british obstetricians have avoided taking routine x rays of patients who are pregnant
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