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Nov 27, 2014 8:32am EST
especially in the developing world but especially in china. so the pulitzer has really helped if the word out about the book and there will be a chinese language edition of the book coming out next year which i'm very happy about, and i think that the pulitzer has played a key role in just sort of raising the visibility of the issue, that the book looks at, which is again, its focus on the idea that anyone who tells you that it's too complicated and we can never tell what the effect of, you know, we can't draw any kind of connection between an environmental exposure and a chronic disease like cancer that might not appear for another five, 10, 12 years after the exposure. i tell them, learn about toms river. because toms river, while we can't say for sure, very good science suggested is a good relationship but i think that's the message people need the message people they do here and i'm happy that the pulitzer is helping get the message out can one do places like the toms river still exist in the u.s.? >> guest: it's hard to know because of course if they did exist then we knew for s
CSPAN
Nov 30, 2014 1:00pm EST
china. and so the pulitzer has really helped to get the word out about the book, and there'll be a chinese language edition of the book coming out next year which i'm very happy about. and i think that the pulitzer has sort of played a key role in, you know, just sort of raising the visibility of the issue, that the book looks at which is, again, it's focused on the idea that anyone who tells you that it's just too complicated and we can never tell what the effect of, you know -- we can't draw any kind of connection between an environmental exposure and a chronic disease like cancer that might not appear for another 5, 10, 12 years after the exposure. i tell them learn about toms river, because the toms river -- while we can't say for sure -- very good science suggests there really is a relationship. and i think that's a message that people need to hear, and i'm happy that the pulitzer is helping get that message out. >> host: dan fagin, do places like toms river still exist in the u.s.? >> guest: it's hard to know because, of course, if they did exist and we knew for sure that the
CSPAN
Dec 1, 2014 1:00am EST
especially in china sold the pulitzer has helped to get the word out there is a chinese language coming down next year than i am very happy about. and i think the pulitzer plays the key role in raising the visibility of the issue that the book looks sad to focus of the idea that it is just too complicated and we can never tell of the effect we cannot draw any type of connection with environmental exposure or a cancer that might not appear for another 12 years. but i tell them learn about toms river very good science suggest that it is a message people need to hear. >> host: dan fagin to people like -- places like toms river still exist? >> guest: if they did and redo for sure there was elevated cluster we would probably do something about it. but i do explain where there are other clusters there is a famous one in nevada florida and new mexico there is said disease cluster and you will see of map of these clusters. we know they're all over. sometimes there is one for no reason it can occur just random so that is the job of epidemiology to figure out which are the cause and which are random s
Search Results 0 to 3 of about 4 (some duplicates have been removed)