Just in time for the 4th of July, NOAA says there is a big spike in PM2.5. Continue reading
I ran a Federally Certified HMO in the early 80s. Insurance is not for amateurs. COOPS in bamstercare were supposed to be wonderful opportunities for grass roots health insurance plans–bbbbuuuuuttt.
The idea of putting together insurance programs like COOPs is a chance for a scam. Any ambitious managed care program is a great example of the fatal conceit, but may also be a chance to get to the trough for fast talking confidence men–another gov opportunity for corruption.
Sure a 10 % risk–that is in an observational study–some basic rules for evaluating the pile of crap.
Besides, I thought that the melanoma experts were convinced it was UV ray exposure. Jon Samet and the ACS probably have some survey study association of melanoma with tobacco use, even second hand smoke exposure. Research is so much more rewarding when you can cheat for a chance at publication and ignore the rules.
I am not happy because the SCOTUS is still reluctant to question the EPA junk epidemiology and toxicology claims.
They are still ignoring the EPA sponsorship of human exposure research that involves exposures that the EPA says are lethal, toxic and cause cancer.
What can you say when a Federal agency promoted unethical and illegal research?