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RE: [cdn-nucl-l] Re: cdn-nucl-l digest, Vol 1 #99 - 1 msg
It's impractical to treat the psychological problem, so how could we induce
people to listen to facts when they have is no interest?
We should identify radiation oncologists (MDs) who could be persuaded to use
low dose, total body irradiation to stimulate a patient's immune system and
likely cure the cancer. This was done in Japan by Dr. Sakamoto to ~150
patients during the 1990s (and by others).
There are many cancer patients who would benefit enormously, with almost no
risk (they already have cancer), from such low dose irradiation therapy.
Then I expect people would quickly become very interested to listen to facts
about the beneficial effects of low doses of radiation.
Seems simple enough, doesn't it?
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> Subject: [cdn-nucl-l] Re: cdn-nucl-l digest, Vol 1 #99 - 1 msg
> To All: Remember, radiophobia does not listen to facts. It is a
> psychological problem just like other phobias. What is the cure? Ed
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