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Ronald L Melnick, Jerrold M Ward, James Huff
Evidence from studies in animals is essential for identifying chemicals likely to cause or contribute to many diseases in humans, including cancers. Yet, to avoid or delay the implementation of protective public health standards, the chemical industry typically denies cancer causation by agents they produce. The spurious arguments put forward to discount human relevance are often based on inadequately tested hypotheses or modes of action that fail to meet Bradford Hill criteria for causation. We term the industry attacks on the relevance of animal cancer findings as the "War on Carcinogens...
October 2013: International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/15981775/nephrologists-should-voluntarily-divulge-survival-data-to-potential-dialysis-patients-a-questionnaire-study
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Adrian Fine, Bunny Fontaine, Maryann M Kraushar, Beverly R Rich
BACKGROUND: For many dialysis patients, survival is no different than with certain cancers. Yet, it appears that most nephrologists do not give detailed information about survival prior to obtaining informed consent for chronic dialysis. There are no published data on whether patients wish to be so informed. OBJECTIVE: To assess whether patients would want voluntary disclosure by their physician of their survival should they need dialysis, and if so, why? METHOD: A questionnaire was completed by 100 general nephrology patients during their first visit to a nephrologist...
May 2005: Peritoneal Dialysis International: Journal of the International Society for Peritoneal Dialysis
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