Thank you for your thoughtful (and as usual, comprehensive) response to
comments made by me and others.
In your note you said in part:
>Of course, more recent evidence suggestst that the real risks of
>biocides may well be other kinds of dysfunctions, as amply and
>chillingly covered in the new book by Theo Colborn, Our Stolon
>Future. Focusing unduly on cancer (recent high profile report by
>environmental tox task force) allows these other risks to slide by.
I feel this is very true. While we should not downplay the risks from
pesticides, we certainly should NOT ignore the risks from other causes.
And at least a few of those other causes are not getting the press
coverage they probably should.
--Dan in Sunny Puerto Rico--
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