Research on Health Effects of Radiation, Volume 1,Partie 1

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, 1980

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Page 3 - Directors of the Office of Management and Budget and the Office of Science and Technology Policy jointly emphasized the administration's policy that even under stringent planning ceilings, long-term defense needs must receive priority consideration.
Page 316 - Jimmy Carter President of the United States The White House Washington, DC 20500 Dear Mr. President...
Page 516 - Corps shall, to the extent permitted by law and subject to the availability of funds, provide the...
Page 496 - Our findings do not, standing alone, require the conclusion that nuclear power is inherently too dangerous to permit it to continue and expand as a form of power generation. Neither do they suggest that the nation should move forward aggressively to develop additional commercial nuclear power.
Page 187 - ... is in the public interest because furnishing the information can be considered as primarily benefiting the general public.
Page 9 - By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and statutes of the United States of America, including...
Page 45 - SEC. 5. (a) The Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency, in consultation with the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, are authorized and directed to conduct preliminary planning and design studies for epidemiological research on the health effects of low-level ionizing radiation.
Page 214 - Energy's program of geologic investigation befor« selecting a specific site for repository development, I have decided that the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant project should be cancelled. This project Is currently authorized for the unlicensed disposal of transuranic waste from our National defense program, and for research and development using high level defense waste. This project is inconsistent with my policy that all repositories for highly radioactive waste be licensed, and that they accept...
Page 496 - To prevent nuclear accidents as serious as Three Mile Island, fundamental changes will be necessary in the organization, procedures, and practices — and above all — in the attitudes of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and, to the extent that the institutions we investigated are typical, of the nuclear industry.
Page 212 - Americans, both now and in the future. I share this responsibility with elected officials at all levels of our government. Our citizens have a deep concern that the beneficial uses of nuclear technology, including the generation of electricity, not be allowed to imperil public health or safety now or in the future. For more than 30 years, radioactive wastes have been generated by programs for national defense, by the commercial nuclear power program, and by a variety of medical, industrial and research...

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