Re: TRUTH OUT Sharon Kramer Letter To Andrew Saxon MOLD ISSU
Posted by Sharon on 5/07/10
No. Has nothing to do with the science of mold. Has to do with the
science of marketing & politics, and their impact on teaching
hospitals, public policy and litigation. I am saying they have
been provided irrefutable evidence that a document of political and
sectarian influence that was paid for by a think-tank on behalf of
the US Chamber; with the express intent it be made "assessible to
judges" and that carries the imprimatur of the University of
California - has been submitted into a legal proceeding as a
purportedly scientific source reference for the courts to consider
when denying the causation of the deaths of two new born infants.
That is not cool to have occur for a university who is directed
under the Ca. Constitution to be "entirely independant of all
political and sectarian influences".
Gosh, this was the paper I first wrote of in 2005 and how it was
connected to ACOEM's mold statement. SAME listed authors (on the
publication itself - not their CV's). NO ONE claims authorship of
the US Chamber's "A Scientific View of the Health Effects of Mold"
on their CV's.
On 5/06/10, Mike B. wrote:
> So, you're suggesting that your letter is going to somehow make
> them "see the light" as though you are some sort of authority on
> the science and health policy? FAT chance.
> You should be discussing the deadly fungus that has made its way
> down from Canada to Washington and Oregon where people have died
> from illness related to their exposures.
> On 5/06/10, Sharon wrote:
>> Thanks. Glad you like it. For anyone wanting to understand
>> how the false concept - that it has been scientifically proven
>> the toxins found in water damaged buildings do not harm humans -
>> became US public health policy; the story is all there and told
>> in legal documents and medical journal publications. The ball
>> is now in Governor Schwarzenneger's and the University of
>> California's court to undo this false concept and remove it
>> from US public health policy.
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