Priorities Magazine Spring 2016

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The American Council on Science and Health, since 1978 America's premier pro-science consumer advocacy non-profit, is pleased to announce the Spring 2016 edition of our Priorities magazine.

The print magazine is sent free of charge to donors who have made a tax-deductible donation of $100 or more (it's expensive to print, and we don't sell ads or subscriptions, but sometimes donors do sponsor reprints to give away) and is available as a free download to all. You can also read it below.


Page 1. "Does Money Matter?" by Hank Campbell, President of the American Council on Science and Health.

Page 3. "Thoughts From Our Scientific Advisory Panel"

Page 4. "Handicapping A New Malaria Drug" by Josh Bloom, Ph.D.

Page 8. "Educated Inanity" by Marvin "Chic" Schissel, D.D.S.

Page 9. "Is Science Falling Short?" by Alan Moghissi, Ph.D.

Page 10. "State PIRGs: Plagiarized quotes and bogus authorships for toy safety survey" by Prof. David Seidemann

Page 11. "What Ever Happened to Dioxin?" by Prof. Gordon Gribble

Page 14. "Chemicals, Cancer and Common Sense" by Frank Schnell, Ph.D.


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