The story of the Sambhavna Clinic, a non-profit holistic health clinic in Bhopal, India, built to treat those injured by the Union Carbide toxic gas release in 1984. enlarge video
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- March 2012 — Are moves toward threshold-based chemicals risk assessment premature? (TTCs Part Three)
- February 2012 — Are TTCs the best way to reduce animal testing? (TTCs Part Two)
- January 2012 — Thresholds of Toxicological Concern: Evaluating an Initiative to Reduce Animal Testing (TTCs Part One)
- December 2011 — PFCs: A case study in favour of the precautionary principle
- November 2011 — The impasse on BPA: Different facts or different values?
- August 2011 — Are EDCs harmless because they are "swamped" by the body's own hormones?
- July 2011 — Assessing Risk Posed by Chemicals in Mixtures
- June 2011 — Selection Bias in Risk Assessment: a Model
- May 2011 — Could "Relevance" be a Source of Bias in Risk Assessment?
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- March 2011 — The Obesogen Hypothesis
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- January 2011 — A better way of assessing health risks from chemicals
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