The woman who knew too much is a classic example of the control of information which the public direly needs but which is buried and censored this book though written several years ago is as pertinent as if it were published yesterday and it should be read by all who are interested in the welfare of humanity the inclusion in a science or social studies curriculum of the developing minds . The woman who knew too much alice stewart and the secrets of radiation gayle greene google books this biography illuminates the life and achievements of the remarkable woman scientist who. The woman who knew too much alice stewart and the secrets of radiation april 2002 journal of public health policy 28716 doi 101001 jama287162149 authors gayle greene 1115 download . The woman who knew too much alice stewart and the secrets of radiation richard wakeford journal of radiological protection volume 20 number 4 figures tables references 182 total downloads turn off mathjax turn on mathjax get permission to re use this article share this article article information citation richard wakeford 2000 j radiol prot 20 475 create citation alert doi . The woman who knew too muchilluminates the life and achievements of the remarkable woman scientist who revolutionized the concept of radiation risk for more than 40 years alice stewart 1906 2002 warned that low dose radiation was more dangerous than anyone acknowledged in the 1950s she discovered that fetal x rays double a childs risk of developing cancer two decades later in her 70s
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