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The Woman Who Knew Too Much illuminates the life and achievements of the remarkable woman scientist who revolutionized the concept of radiation risk. For more than 40 years, Alice Stewart (1906&ndash;2002) warned that low-dose radiation was more dangerous than anyone acknowledged. In the 1950s she discovered that fetal x-rays double a child&rsquo;s risk of developing cancer. Two decades later, in her 70s, she again astounded the scientific world by showing that the U.S. nuclear weapons industry was about 20 times more dangerous than safety regulations admitted. This finding put her at the center of an international controversy over radiation risk. In 1990, the New York Times called Stewart &ldquo;perhaps the Energy Department's most influential and feared scientific critic.&rdquo;   <BR>
Author Gayle Greene traces Stewart's life and career as she came up against ever more powerful authorities, first the British medical profession, then the U.S. nuclear industry, and finally the regulatory agencies that set radiation safety standards throughout the world. Stewart endured the fate of other women scientists in having her findings dismissed and funding cut, but today is recognized as a pioneering figure in epidemiological research on the dangers of nuclear radiation. In her preface to the second edition, Greene looks at new information that&rsquo;s come out about the forces and individuals responsible for marginalizing her as a scientist and downplaying the disturbing implications of her research.








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In recent years, she has become one of a handful of independent scientists whose work is a lodestone to the anti-nuclear movementDoolittles team with their spade and their bucket, determined to get to the moon102-126 We were known as DrStewartHer studies of radiation were ground breaking, and she is largely the reason we know what we know today about the dangers of radiation exposureAny scientist who doesnt follow the mainstream has difficultynuclear industry, and finally the regulatory agencies that set radiation safety standards throughout the worldThere was fierce competition for grants, but with the help of Leslie Witts, she got Radcliffe money to hire a statisticianIt provides some shrewd insights into her personality and methodology.&rdquo; &mdash;New York Times Book Review &ldquo;This story of DrThe reason the nuclear industry continues to get away with its claims that it is a clean, safe industry is that there is, as yet, no way of proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that illnesses associated with radiation have actually been caused by working with radiation or living near nuclearIts also the story of a woman whos had a marvelous time, enjoyed a full and interesting personal and professional life, and had the satisfaction of seeing her work shape a critical scientific debateAbout Google Books - Privacy Policy - TermsofService - Blog - Information for Publishers - Report an issue - Help - Sitemap - GoogleHome .

This is the mystery, and its kept me busy my entire lifeStewart's life and career from her early childhood in Sheffield to her medical education at Cambridge to her research positions at Oxford and the University of BirminghamIn 1990, the New York Times called Stewart "perhaps the Energy Department's most influential and feared scientific critic." Author Gayle Greene traces Stewart's life and career as she came up against ever more powerful authorities, first the British medical profession, then the U.SThe Woman Who Knew Too Much, Revised EdShe has a struggle not only to be independent but to find the support social, intellectual, and materialthat a scientist needs.1But the book itself tended to be redundant, especially in the last half.Read for the 2016 HOSA Medical Reading competitionFree Shipping is not available for this item73-74 5nuclear weapons industry was about 20 times more dangerous than safety regulations admittedReyna Mendiola rated it really liked it Apr 03, 2016 Read full reviewAlice Stewart, an audacious, insightful medical researcher, stands as a monument to the grit that allowed her to challenge tenets of mainstream scientific opinion.&rdquo; &mdash;Stewart Udall, former Secretary of the Interior &ldquo;A vivid portrait of Alice Stewart, a much underestimated scientist who has been an indomitable challenger of the establishment and a thorn in the flesh of the nuclear industry.&rdquo; &mdash;Joseph Rotblat, physicist and Nobel Peace Prize winner, 1955 Gayle Greene is Professor of Women's Studies and Literature, Scripps CollegeSchool Days and Cambridge Download PDF pp.Based on the amount of chronic illness, that seems to be universal today, it would seem that her time predictions might have been a little long.Empatheticly written from the woman's point of view but as a man I found that DrApr 27, 2010 Richard rated it it was amazing Shelves: medical-anomalies Basically a biography of a woman who was supported by her family and a select group of friends and colleagues and abused, ignored and tolerated by counterparts who had dominion over her368ppStewart's story is inspiringnuclear weapons industry was about 20 times more dangerous than safety regulations admittedThrough the Looking Glass, onto the International Nuclear Scene 48a4f088c3



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