Three North Carolina-licensed physicians participated in the EPA’s illegal human experiments. We’ve asked the North Carolina Medical Board to investigate this breach of the Hippocratic oath and state medical standards. Continue reading North Carolina Medical Board asked to investigate EPA physicians for illegal human experiments
The Presidential Commission for the Study of Bioethics Issues says it is too busy to investigate EPA’s illegal human experimentation. Continue reading No Time for Bioethics at Presidential Bioethics Commission
Federal regulations require that allegations of scientific misconduct be thoroughly investigated. But Hugh Tilson, editor-in-chief of the NIEHS journal Environmental Health Perspectives only thoroughly stonewalled us in the EPA human testing scandal involving “killer” airborne fine particulate matter (PM2.5). We have elevated the matter to the Office of Research Integrity. Continue reading NIH asked to investigate misconduct at Environmental Health Perspectives in EPA Human Testing Scandal
JunkScience.com today asked the EPA Inspector General to investigate the EPA’s illegal human experimentation. Continue reading EPA Inspector General Asked to Investigate Illegal Human Experimentation
The whitewash of the EPA’s unethical, if not illegal, human experiments has gone interagency. Continue reading Journal editor rejects Milloy request to retract false case report of EPA human experiment
Wayne Cascio, director of EPA’s Environmental Public Health Division, responds to Steve Milloy’s Washington Times commentary accusing EPA of conducting unethical human experiments or, in the alternative, exaggerating the dangers of airborne fine particulate matter. Continue reading EPA denies Milloy charge of conducting unethical human experiments; Facts show otherwise
By Steve Milloy
April 24, 2012, The Washington Times
Which do you find more shocking: that the Environmental Protection Agency conducts experiments on humans that its own risk assessments would deem potentially lethal, or that it hides the results of those experiments from Congress and the public because they debunk those very same risk assessments? Continue reading Did Obama’s EPA relaunch Tuskegee experiments?
It’s quite a price to pay for pushing human testing offshore. Continue reading Human experimentation opponents kill 14 babies in Argentina?