Veteran's Claims for Disabilities from Nuclear Weapons Testing: Hearing Before the Committee on Veterans' Affairs, United States Senate, Ninety-sixth Congress, First Session, Wednesday, June 20, 1979
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activities additional addresses Administration Admiral MONROE Agency Appeals Army asked assistance atmospheric test believe benefits calculated cancer cause Chairman CRANSTON claimants claims Committee compensation complete concerning connection containment Department Department of Defense determine disability disease documents dose effects effort employees Energy established estimated evidence exposed Federal files film badge Force ground hearing identify indicated individual injury involved ionizing radiation issue letter leukemia levels limited Marine military NTPR nuclear tests Observers occupational operations participants percent period personnel persons possible present problem question radiation exposure readings received recommendations reconstruction records request response result risk Senator Shot SMOKY sources specific STEINBERG Task Force tion tort trench troops United veterans Washington weapons testing workers
Halaman 349 - ... acceptance of the haphazard evolution of the techniques of genetic engineering [in the hope that] the issues will resolve themselves." Six years later, in 1978, the Subcommittee on Health and the Environment of the House Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce held hearings on human cloning in response to the publication of David Rorvick's The Cloning of a Man.
Halaman 229 - No agency shall disclose any record which is contained in a system of records by any means of communication to any person, or to another agency, except pursuant to a written request by, or with the prior written consent of, the individual to whom the record pertains...
Halaman 249 - I would like to thank you and the members of this committee for the opportunity to summarize the work group's report and to answer any questions you may have about our work. As you know, care and benefits for radiation injury was one of the six major subjects addressed by the interagency task force on ionizing radiation.
Halaman 393 - Defense has initiateda study and that the Center for Disease Control has undertaken at least two investigations. Our intent is that these efforts become a coordinated Administration approach to the problem.
Halaman 195 - Deputy Secretary of Defense Secretary of the Army Secretary of the Navy Secretary of the Air Force...
Halaman 151 - Energy and its predecessor agencies (the Atomic Energy Commission and the Energy Research and Development Administration...
Halaman 432 - Interdepartmental Workers' Compensation Task Force, Workers' Compensation: Is There a Better Way?, reprinted in  39 WORKERS
Halaman 395 - Constitution Ave NW Washington, DC 20210 Environmental Protection Agency David Hawkins Assistant Administrator For Air & Waste Management Rm 937, W. Tower, Waterside Mall 401 M Street SW Washington, DC 20460 William Mills Director, Criteria & Standards Division (ANR-460) Office of Radiation Programs 401 M Street SW Washington, DC 20460 Nuclear Regulatory Commission Robert B. Minogue Director, Office of Standards Development Room 120 5650 Nicholson Lane Washington, DC 20555 Karl R. Goller Director,...
Halaman 238 - ... to radiation. The major and most conclusively demonstrated late somatic effects are various forms of cancer, which have been shown to be associated with radiation exposure in numerous studies. Some forms of cancer, notably leukemia, thyroid, breast, and lung cancer, have been linked firmly to radiation, while the association is problematic for others.