Friday, February 29, 2008

Someone I admire: Carlos. P. Romulo

CARLOS P. ROMULO (PHILLIPINES)

ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE FOURTH SESSION OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY





General Carlos Po Romulo, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary, Chief of the Philippine Mission to the United Nations; Chief Delegate of the Philippines on the Far.Eastern Commission in Washington, D.C.

Born January 14, 1901, in Manila, Philippines.

Graduated from the University of the Philippines, A.B. 1918; Columbia University, Now York City, M.A., 1921, Received from Notre Dame University, Indiana, Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) Honoris Causa, 1935; Rollins College, Florida, Doctor of Literature (Litt.D). Honoris Causa, 1946; University of Athens, Greece, Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Honoris Causa 1948, University of the Philippines, Honorary Doctor of 'Laws, April 1949.

Positions held: Editor-in-Chief Publications in Manila 1931; Publisher DMHM newspapers in Manila 1937-41. Secretary of Information and Public Relations in President Quezon's war Cabinet, Washington, D.C. 1943-44. Resident Commissioner of the Philippines to the United States 1944-46. Acting Secretary of Public instruction in President Osmenals Cabinet 1944-45.

War Record: Served as General MacArthur's Aide-de-camp on Bataan, Corregidor, and Australia, first as Major in the United States Army; promoted Colonel, March 1942; to full Colonel, August 1942; to Brigadier General, September 1944. Accompanied General MacArtiur and the liberating forces in the invasion of Leyte and later in the recapture of Manila.

Decorations: Distinguished Service Star of the Philippines, the Gold Gross, the Silver Star, the Purple Heart, the Presidential Unit-Citation with two Oak Leaf Clusters. Philippine Legion of Honor (Commander); the Grand Cross of the Order of the Phoenix from the Greek Government; the Grand Cross of the Order of Carlos Manuel do Cespedes from the Republic of Cuba; and other decorations.

In 1942 won the Pulitzer Prize in Journalism for distinguished correspondenct a series of articles written on a trip through the Far East just before the war.

In America wrote the best-sellers I SAW THE FALL OF THE PHILIPPINES (1942); MOTHER AMERICA (1943); MY BROTHER AMERICANS (1945); and I SEE THE PHILIPPINES RISE (1946). International Conferences: Head of the Philippine Delegation to the United Nations Conference in San Francisco in 1945. Head of the Philippines Delegation to the First Session of the United Nations General Assembly, London, January-February 1946, and to all succeeding sessions. During the Third Regular Session in Paris September-December 1948, and New York, April 1949, was Chairman of the Ad Hoc Political and Security Committees. Elected President of the Fourth Regular Session which opened 20 September 1949 in New York, Signed the Bretton. Woods Agrement for the Philippines, 1945. Philippine Delegate to UNRRA Conference in Atlantic City in March 1940, Head of Philippine Delegation to London Conference on Devastated Areas, 1946. Chief Philippine Delegate to and President of the United Nations Conference on Freedom of Information, Geneva, March-April 1948. Philippine Delegate to the New Delhi Conference on Indonesia January 1949.

Awards: March 1947 First Annual Gold Nadal Award by World Government News for work in the United Nations for peace and world government; May 1947 Gold Medal award by Woodrow Wilson Memorial Foundation of Princeton University "in recognition Of his contribution to public life;" January 1948 International Benjamin Franklin Society's Gold Medal for "distinguished world statesmanship in 1947;" made Freeman of the City of Plymouth, England October 1948.

Married Virginia Llamas in 1924. Children Carlos Llamas Gregorio, Vicente. Ricardo Joses Roberto Rey.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Summary of Freewebs.com and Blogspot.com

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua2/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua3/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuaemployment/
http://ftcuacalltoemployment8.blogspot.com
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/
http://ftcuapublications.blogspot.com
http://ghostwritingftcua.blogspot.com
http://ghostwritingftcua1.blogspot.com

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Questions

From: Florence T. Cua
Date: February 19, 2008 12:33:13 PM EST
Subject: Fwd: Questions

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=alcohol

We should have an INVENTORY and the MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS(MSDS).

We should have an INVENTORY OF THE INCOMING RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS, CHEMICALS, TOXIC METALS, OR TOXIC AEROSOLS, AND WHAT IS PLACED IN THE WASTE CONTAINMENTS OR FLUSHED TO THE ENVIRONMENT ASAP AND AS EFFICIENT AS POSSIBLE.

ALSO, THE RF, MICROWAVE DEVICES, LASERS CLASS 1,2,3,4 AND NUCLEAR WEAPON STOCKPILES FOR ALL COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD WHETHER THEY ARE FOR PROLIFERATION OR NON-PROLIFERATION.

THE NRDC SAID THERE WERE MORE THAN 40,000 NUCLEAR WEAPON STOCKPILE IN 1994 AND THERE ARE SUPPOSEDLY 300 IN ISRAEL CURRENTLY. JAPAN, NORTH KOREA, CHINA, INDIA, PAKISTAN, UK, USSR, USA, FRANCE ARE AMONG THE COUNTRIES, HOW ABOUT THE SOUTH AMERICAN COUNTRIES...


what else do you want me to look for in the OSHA online register? How about the CDC? how about the NIOSH?

for the acronyms, see below...

there are other federal agencies like the Department of Commerce, Department of Transportation,

what else...


Begin forwarded message:

From: Florence T. Cua
Date: February 19, 2008 11:50:49 AM EST
Subject: Fwd: Questions



Begin forwarded message:

From: Florence T. Cua
Date: February 19, 2008 11:31:21 AM EST
To: p.armbruster@gsi.de
Subject: Fwd: Questions



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From: "Florence T. Cua"
Date: February 19, 2008 11:23:33 AM EST
To: Lourdes Arsenio , evelyn flordelis , j gan , Gloria Despacio-Reyes , Christina Binag , Maria Natalia Dimaano , blessie basilia , stevens@binghamton.edu, durkee@ecomass.com, john.patterson@oxinst.com, ebaldu@yahoo.com, Yoly Ilagan , fontana.donna@gw.njsp.org, Christine Peterson , Peter Armbruster , Carlito Lebrilla , plicuanan@yahoo.com, PL.ZIEMER@INSIGHTBB.COM, rvetter@mayo.edu, rve@dost.gov.ph, plibrary , "Lydia G. Tansinsin" , suely.carvalho@undp.org, flsantos@pnri.dost.gov.ph, Rigoberto Advincula , luli_arroyo@yahoo.com, jgnatera@pnri.dost.gov.ph, Chelsea Clinton , Lewis@naffaa.org, Samantha Maltzman , info@iaea.org, ekowalsky@neo.rr.com, Deborah Hrabinski , eng.jeanette@epa.gov, Jose Tanchoco , Joseph Tan , suarez_erlinda@yahoo.com
Subject: Fwd: Questions

How effective are Metal Detectors on small metallic samples?

How do you pick up shards of glass?

How do you pick up non biodegradable plastics?

How do you convert non biodegradable plastics to biodegradable plastics?

How do you make green or bioplastics?

How do you clean up the mess in the landfills and garbage in the streets?

What do you know of Bioremediation, PhytoRemediation, and NanoRemediation?

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/ecology101.htm

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/environmental.htm

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua3/radonchapter.pdf

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/healthresearch.htm

http://ftcuapublications.blogspot.com

http://ghostwritingftcua.blogspot.com


check out http://www.ecomass.com

Now that we have gone full circle with naturally Preventive Medicine, Public Health and Therapies in case of Medical Illnesses,

let us apply most if not all we know to the New Elements, 6.6 Billion People, God, how She breeds(good or nice), and what amounts to the FUTURE of Mankind or Humanity, Womankind or Womanity and them KIDDOES and GRANDKIDDOES AND GREATGRANDKIDDOES etc.

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=radiation

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=chemicals

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=metals

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=laser

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=microwave

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=fiber+optics

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=asbestos

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=fiberglass

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=acrylic

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=tobacco

http://www.osha.gov/pls/imis/sicsearch.html?p_sic=&p_search=petroleum refining

what else??? none for Magnetic Fields, Electromagnetic Fields, Radioisotopes, Radionuclides

there is for Uranium but not for Depleted Uranium Scud Missiles, none for Anthrax, none for Agent Orange,

how do we classify the incidents in Bhopal India, recycling scrap metals that have Co-60 or Cs-137 or uranium slugs?


My picture is on

http://www.biotechnologyftcua.com

I have a joke--limey or lemony?

Dr. Peter Armbruster, thank you, danke shen.

Do you want your picture in my email route?


to be continued or itutuloy...

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From: "Florence T. Cua"
Date: February 19, 2008 8:42:47 AM EST
To: Edward Christman
Subject: Fwd: Questions

11. More mundane: How do you monitor and pick up GLASS SHARDS or BROKEN GLASS, PLASTICS that are not recyclables or biodegradables, METAL DETECTORS are used for METALS, what else?

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From: "Florence T. Cua"
Date: February 19, 2008 8:26:43 AM EST
To: paul.hertz@nasa.gov, p.armbruster@gsi.de, Edward Christman , Josefino Comiso , PL.ZIEMER@INSIGHTBB.COM, appleby@aesop.rutgers.edu, britchko@comcast.net, tperrette@sarnoff.com, thomas.borak@colostate.edu, president@purdue.edu, manila@observatory.ph, Eulinia Mendoza Valdezco , ricardo.palabrica@uspto.gov, info@iaea.org, Danilo Romero , Joseph Tan , ccbernido@pnri.dost.gov.ph, amdelarosa@pnri.dost.gov.ph, ebaldu@yahoo.com, reantrag@aol.com, cohenb01@popmail.med.nyu.edu, president@ue.edu.ph, karina milagros cui , tvleonin@pnri.dost.gov.ph, kao@bnl.gov, rusek@bnl.gov, Rigoberto Advincula , ONOFRE T DEJESUS , Yoly Ilagan
Cc: Victoria Guerrero-Abellera , Benjamin Abellera , Marjorie Medina , Christina Binag , Maria Luisa Virata , Felixberto Buot , celso.S.Barrientos@noaa.gov, Celso Barrientos , Ana Marie Sanchez , Gregory Tangonan , Gregorio Santillan , suarez_erlinda@yahoo.com, Ernesto Terrado , "James M. Young" , mario@mdli.com, Mario Garcia , Robi Polikar , elbert.regacho@gsa.gov, Maui Arroyo , "Jean ((NIH/NINDS)) [F] Tiong" , Inc TCS Industries , radonprofessionals@list.uiowa.edu, Lorenzo Cua , j gan , blessie basilia
Subject: Questions

6. Who is into Nanodosimetry R&D that you know of?

http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=nanodosimetry&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

7. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA), Department of Energy(DOE), National Science Foundation(NSF), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOAA), Center for Disease Control(CDC), National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety(NIOSH), National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences(NIEHS), Department of Health and Human Services(DHHS), National Institute of Health(NIH), National Cancer Institute(NCI), National Library of Medicine(NLM), National Institute of Dental Research(NIDR), Occupational Safety and Health Administration(OSHA), Department of Labor(DOL), Department of Defense(DOD), Naval Research Laboratory(NRL), Chronicle for Higher Education, Center for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), Community of Science(COS), National Academy of Science(NAS), Association for Women in Science(AWIS), chapter in Central New Jersey(AWIS-CJC), American Association for the Advancement of Science(AAAS), Third World Organization for Women in Science(TWOWS), Philippine American Academy of Sciences and Engineering(PAASE), Phiilppine Association for the Advancement of Science(PHILAAS), Philippine Engineering and Science Organization(PESO), Filipino American Association of Engineers(FAAE), National Federation of Fil-Am Association(NAAFFAA)

8. National Nanotechnology Initiative(NNI)
http://www.nano.gov/

What should be the budget for the Flash Photolysis studies on New Elements Production?

9. Geographical Information System(GIS)
There is a job opening for Professor of Justice Studies(GIS), Spatial and Statistical Analysis at Winston-Salem State U in North Carolina for a PhD in criminal justice, criminology, sociology or related field from an accredited institution. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in spatial analysis and geographic information system(GIS) technology.

That is one application of GIS-not just the criminals with ankle tag whose movement is monitored with the GIS which has GPS or geophysical Positioning system and also the contraband radioactive sources and machines, toxic chemicals and metals etc.

Someday, most if not all hazardous substances can be monitored by GIS, including radioactive, chemically toxic, reactive, inflammable and corrosive, e.g. chemicals, fuels, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polycarbonate, polyethylene, polyimide, polystyrene, polyurethane, polymethylmethacrylate, benzene, toluene, xylene, nitrous oxide, sulfur dioxide, and biochemically toxic agents such as nerve gas agents, anthrax, possible plant pathogens, etc. Also asbestos?, fiberglass?, acrylic?

Perhaps GIS can locate earthquake faults, potential climatological factors that will lead to adverse environmental and weather conditions etc.

10. The New Elements in the Periodic Table of Elements, http://www.dayah.com/periodic/
which is described in http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/ and http://homepage.mac.com/dtrapp/Elements/combination2.html

Question 1: What is the Relative Biological Effectiveness of the new elements? Quality Factor? Index of Harm?
The question is with very short half life that was not detected and catalogued or studied, how do you obtain the RBE, QF, Index of Harm etc. See National Council of Radiation Protection(NCRP) documents.

http://www.ncrponline.org/Publications/Publications.html

http://www.ncrppublications.org/index.cfm?fm=Product.Search&cid=1&p=1

Question 2: Is there a need to bother with the very short half-life? Perhaps the answer is theoretically yes because the energies and radioactive, physical, chemical, biological hazards would have been released and spent already leading to medical problems that was not identified vis a vis that particular "element" etc.

Question 3: Is there a way to do epidemiological studies of the new elements? Can we do whole body counting, bioassay like urinalysis and fecal analysis and the more dainty teeth, nails, hairs, salivas or sputum etc. also analysis of blood,

Question 4: Is there a need to extend Transuranium Registry to the New Elements?

Question 5: How about for the toxic elements and substances like Pb, Cd, Hg, As, what else?

Check out the http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/healthresearch.htm

also Lobascio, C., Briccarello, M., Destefanis, R., Faraud, M., Gialanella, G., Grossi, G., Guarieri, V., Manti, L., Pugliese, M., Rusek, A., Scampoli, P., and Durante, M.

ACCELERATOR-BASED TESTS OF RADIATION SHIELDING PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS USED IN HUMAN SPACE INFRASTRUCTURES.

HEALTH PHYSICS JOURNAL. 94(3):242-247; 2008

Question 6: What is the applicability of Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition of biological samples, e.g. for the effect of the New Elements?
http://users.rowan.edu/~polikar/RESEARCH/

Question 7: Who is the current experts in Flash Photolysis?
http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=flash+photolysis&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

more later...

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6. Who is into Nanodosimetry R&D that you know of?

http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=nanodosimetry&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

1. In the nuclear fusion reaction in the sun that we call solar flares and solar winds, also at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, in the nuclear fission reaction during the nuclear weapon detonation in the Hiroshima, Nagasaki, testings by the Americans, Russians, Chinese, French, English, Indians, Pakistanis, who else? there are energy releases and linear energy transfer and energy losses and production of new radionucllides which has a distinctive radiotoxicity and chemical toxicity being new or old elements that can be detected by methods in consonance with flash photolysis originally invented by Dr. Manfred Eigen and his two colleagues, Dr. Ronald Norris and Dr. George Porter, died in the 80s, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1967. LET alpha, beta, gamma, x-ray, neutron, proton, alpha, heavy ion, star aggregates, fission track etch and spectrometer can detect all these before nsec, or faster or slower time lapsed or decay period. Do not forget spontaneous fission from terrestrial sources of uranics and transuranics globally. Also, do not forget the research reactors, nuclear power plants, radiation research, radiation sources and machines in the Federal or National Research Laboratories, Hanford Reservation, Nuclear Waste Dumps and Interim Waste Storage Facilities whether Radioactive, Chemically Toxic, Reactive, Inflammable and Corrosive, Biological Hazards such as HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis

Product Information Compliance System(PICS) for insecticides, fungicides and pesticides

http://www.cdc.gov/ Center for Disease Control and Prevention...

2. The radiation, chemical and biological toxicity should be monitored. How to prevent them is by adequate radiation shielding and ventilation and protective clothings and eradication of the source etc.

3. http://www.paase.org
http://www.freewebs.com/paase/
http://paaseuniversity.blogspot.com
http://ftcuapubllications.blogspot.com
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua2/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua3/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/healthresearch.htm
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua3/radonchapter.pdf Radon
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuaemployment/
http://ghostwritingftcua.blogspot.com

4. my email is ftcua8@comcast.net

5. how do we go about writing this grant and others, see #7

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Manfred Eigen, PhD
http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1967/eigen-bio.html

Ronald George Wreyford Norrish, PhD
http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1967/norrish-bio.html

George Porter, PhD
http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1967/porter-bio.html



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flash_photolysis

Flash photolysis
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flash photolysis is a pump-probe technique, in which a laser of nanosecond, picosecond, or femtosecond pulse width is excited by a short-pulse light source such as a flash lamp. The technique was developed in 1949 by Manfred Eigen, Ronald George Wreyford Norrish and George Porter , who won the 1967 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for this invention.
Flash photolysis was developed shortly after World War II as a result of the military attempts to build cameras fast enough to photograph missiles in flight. As an analytical technique it was introduced to scientists by Manfred Eigen, Ronald Norrish and George Porter, who jointly won the 1967 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for this invention. Within the past 40 years the technique became more powerful and sophisticated due to the developments in optics and lasers. Also the interest in this method grew considerably as the practical applications expanded from chemistry to biology, materials science, environmental sciences, etc. Nowadays flash photolysis facilities are extensively used by researchers to study light induced processes in organic molecules, polymers, nanoparticles, semiconductors, photosynthesis in plants, signaling and light induced conformational changes in biological systems, etc.

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Nanotechnology and Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy-NREL

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Nanotechnology and Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

who wants to do this literature review with me? who has hands-on experiences? application in the Philippines and the USA...

check out

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Jobs at the National Renewable Energy Lab and make sure the foreign nationals look at the For Foreign Nationals Section...

PAASE University Online Education

http://paaseuniversity.blogspot.com

Have you realized that the 1976-2007 can be considered Online and Offline Education already? Call it unofficial, some universities and colleges non accredited by the US, however PAASE is our own, not the White or Black or Hispanic or other Asian-Pacific Americans, Eskimos or Alaskans or Aleutians or the proverbial Jews.

please update http://www.freewebs.com/paase/

I have been guest of the Korean Academy of Science with Ed Christman, also have helped the Association for Women in Science, National, NJ Chapter(FTCua was co-founder), Central Jersey Chapter, International, also the Third World Organization for Women in Science(TWOWS), National Health Physics Society, NJ, NY chapters too, International Atomic Energy Agency(IAEA) to the Marshall Islands, now Republic, and the People's Republlic of China where Christman, Cua Associates were the first Ambassador of GoodWill. We have hosted scientists from many countries and Dr. Christman and I taught many foreign nationals and were colleagues of many. Dr. Paul Ziemer, my professor at Purdue U, was the former Assistant of Environmental Health and Safety during the first Bush administration. I have worked with more than Brookhaven National Lab. My first MS thesis was on Radiation Measurement Techniques at 5 High Energy Accelerator Lab-BNL AGS, ANL ZGS, Fermi PS, CERN PS, and LBL Bevalac. My BNL Marshall Islands Radiological Program got me working with BNL, LLL, LASL or LANL, BPNWL, ORNL. I collaborated with 20 cystic fibrosis programs in the USA including Dr. Lourdes Laraya Cuasay UST former student of my aunt and uncle, Dra. Felicidad Cua Lim and Dr. Manuel Lim. I also worked on sickle cell anemia with the blacks and one black girl who was being prep for medical school, Tay Sachs.

The Republic of the Marshall Islands became a Republic and not a protectorate because it needed that to survive. The Filipinos and Filipinas that worked for the RMI should get compensated like the Marshallese who are paid in dollars and by the Nuclear Claims Tribunal when sick. RMI was recognized by then Permanent Representative Raul Manglapus in the administration of then President Corazon Cojuangco Aquino in 1986. It became an IAEA member in 1994.

PROC became IAEA member in Jan. 1, 1984. Christman, Cua Associates were consultants in August 1984, the first in a series of Ambassador of Good Will. The fiasco of Wen Ho Lee, a Taiwanese who spied for the PROC on miniature nuclear weapons caused the Clinton Administration that involved then DOE Secretary Bill Richardson because he was incarcerated in solitary confinement for 9 months. I hope Senator Hillary Clinton's bid for the presidency will not suffer on account of this. A very difficult case indeed.

My work as research collaborator in 1979-1980 led to a third book Po, Pb, Ra, Pu, Cm, U, Th, Cf, Mo, and Tc Radionuclides in Teeth and Bones hailed by IAEA Public Information Service then Director David Kyd and also the New Elements.

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/

My topic for the PASE 2008 is PAASE Onlilne Education.

http://paaseuniversity.blogspot.com
http://www.freewebs.com/paase/
http://www.paase.org

I started a detailed biography or biodata of the PAASE members till 2000 and showed it to then Philippine Embassy to the USA Lourdes Yparaguirre, economic, cultural and political attache when she gave the keynote on Science and Technology in the Philippines. It has to be updated.

I compiled my edited 1991, 1993 to 2007 and brought it to Alvin Culaba's secretariat last year to be discussed whether they should be converted to CDs-DVDs and my copy of my contribution to the meetings in 1991-2007 sans 1992, 1993, and 1994 are with College of the Holy Spirit, Research Section, c/o Evelyn Flordelis, PhD candidate at Centro Escolar. 1992 did not have records with me.

My 6 books are with Dr. Vicky Guerrero Abellera. My publications are chronicled in http://ghostwritingftcua.blogspot.com and of course http://ftcuapublications.blogspot.com

Well, who has anything to add?

We can place it in http://ghostwritingftcua1.blogspot.com

with proper credits or

your own google blogs or www.freewebs.com

or http://paaseuniversity.blogspot.com

logical isn't it?

Who wants to take on the accreditation issues? diplomas? grades? course curriculum?

Is there a necessity for technical Pilipino like technical Mandarin, traditional or modern or pinyin ?

check out my chinese characters in

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/

The Academia Sinica, Taiwan, ROC and PROC have fielded scientists to me since 1984.

I actually helped the students from PROC during the Tian An Men massacre of the democracy protesters during Li Peng's presidency because I was faculty's wife like Dr. Edward Bloustein's medical doctor wife. Their parents were afraid to send money like usual because they might be tracked and incarcerated.

"Woman's Rights is Human Rights", quote from Presidential Aspirant Senator Hillary Clinton at the Beijing Conference for Women's Rights.

to be continued or itutuloy

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Tuesday, February 19, 2008

also in GhostwritngFTCUA

11. More mundane: How do you monitor and pick up GLASS SHARDS or BROKEN GLASS, PLASTICS that are not recyclables or biodegradables, METAL DETECTORS are used for METALS, what else?

Begin forwarded message:

From: "Florence T. Cua"
Date: February 19, 2008 8:26:43 AM EST
To: paul.hertz@nasa.gov, p.armbruster@gsi.de, Edward Christman , Josefino Comiso , PL.ZIEMER@INSIGHTBB.COM, appleby@aesop.rutgers.edu, britchko@comcast.net, tperrette@sarnoff.com, thomas.borak@colostate.edu, president@purdue.edu, manila@observatory.ph, Eulinia Mendoza Valdezco , ricardo.palabrica@uspto.gov, info@iaea.org, Danilo Romero , Joseph Tan , ccbernido@pnri.dost.gov.ph, amdelarosa@pnri.dost.gov.ph, ebaldu@yahoo.com, reantrag@aol.com, cohenb01@popmail.med.nyu.edu, president@ue.edu.ph, karina milagros cui , tvleonin@pnri.dost.gov.ph, kao@bnl.gov, rusek@bnl.gov, Rigoberto Advincula , ONOFRE T DEJESUS , Yoly Ilagan
Cc: Victoria Guerrero-Abellera , Benjamin Abellera , Marjorie Medina , Christina Binag , MariaNataliaDimaano@yahoo.com, Maria Luisa Virata , Felixberto Buot , celso.S.Barrientos@noaa.gov, Celso Barrientos , Ana Marie Sanchez , Gregory Tangonan , Gregorio Santillan , suarez_erlinda@yahoo.com, Ernesto Terrado , "James M. Young" , mario@mdli.com, Mario Garcia , Robi Polikar , elbert.regacho@gsa.gov, Maui Arroyo , "Jean ((NIH/NINDS)) [F] Tiong" , Inc TCS Industries , radonprofessionals@list.uiowa.edu, Lorenzo Cua , j gan , blessie basilia
Subject: Questions

6. Who is into Nanodosimetry R&D that you know of?

http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=nanodosimetry&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

7. Environmental Protection Agency(EPA), Department of Energy(DOE), National Science Foundation(NSF), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration(NOAA), Center for Disease Control(CDC), National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety(NIOSH), National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences(NIEHS), Department of Health and Human Services(DHHS), National Institute of Health(NIH), National Cancer Institute(NCI), National Library of Medicine(NLM), National Institute of Dental Research(NIDR), Occupational Safety and Health Administration(OSHA), Department of Labor(DOL), Department of Defense(DOD), Naval Research Laboratory(NRL), Chronicle for Higher Education, Center for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC), Community of Science(COS), National Academy of Science(NAS), Association for Women in Science(AWIS), chapter in Central New Jersey(AWIS-CJC), American Association for the Advancement of Science(AAAS), Third World Organization for Women in Science(TWOWS), Philippine American Academy of Sciences and Engineering(PAASE), Phiilppine Association for the Advancement of Science(PHILAAS), Philippine Engineering and Science Organization(PESO), Filipino American Association of Engineers(FAAE),

8. National Nanotechnology Initiative(NNI)

9. Geographical Information System(GIS)
There is a job opening for Professor of Justice Studies(GIS), Spatial and Statistical Analysis at Winston-Salem State U in North Carolina for a PhD in criminal justice, criminology, sociology or related field from an accredited institution. Preference will be given to candidates with expertise in spatial analysis and geographic information system(GIS) technology.

That is one application of GIS-not just the criminals with ankle tag whose movement is monitored with the GIS which has GPS or geophysical Positioning system and also the contraband radioactive sources and machines, toxic chemicals and metals etc.

Someday, most if not all hazardous substances can be monitored by GIS, including radioactive, chemically toxic, reactive, inflammable and corrosive, e.g. chemicals, fuels, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, polycarbonate, polyethylene, polyimide, polystyrene, polyurethane, polymethylmethacrylate, benzene, toluene, xylene, nitrous oxide, sulfur dioxide, and biochemically toxic agents such as nerve gas agents, anthrax, possible plant pathogens, etc. Also asbestos?, fiberglass?, acrylic?

Perhaps GIS can locate earthquake faults, potential climatological factors that will lead to adverse environmental and weather conditions etc.

10. The New Elements in the Periodic Table of Elements, http://www.dayah.com/periodic/
which is described in http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/ and http://homepage.mac.com/dtrapp/Elements/combination2.html

Question 1: What is the Relative Biological Effectiveness of the new elements? Quality Factor? Index of Harm?
The question is with very short half life that was not detected and catalogued or studied, how do you obtain the RBE, QF, Index of Harm etc. See National Council of Radiation Protection(NCRP) documents.

http://www.ncrponline.org/Publications/Publications.html

http://www.ncrppublications.org/index.cfm?fm=Product.Search&cid=1&p=1

Question 2: Is there a need to bother with the very short half-life? Perhaps the answer is theoretically yes because the energies and radioactive, physical, chemical, biological hazards would have been released and spent already leading to medical problems that was not identified vis a vis that particular "element" etc.

Question 3: Is there a way to do epidemiological studies of the new elements? Can we do whole body counting, bioassay like urinalysis and fecal analysis and the more dainty teeth, nails, hairs, salivas or sputum etc. also analysis of blood,

Question 4: Is there a need to extend Transuranium Registry to the New Elements?

Question 5: How about for the toxic elements and substances like Pb, Cd, Hg, As, what else?

Check out the http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/healthresearch.htm

also Lobascio, C., Briccarello, M., Destefanis, R., Faraud, M., Gialanella, G., Grossi, G., Guarieri, V., Manti, L., Pugliese, M., Rusek, A., Scampoli, P., and Durante, M.

ACCELERATOR-BASED TESTS OF RADIATION SHIELDING PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS USED IN HUMAN SPACE INFRASTRUCTURES.

HEALTH PHYSICS JOURNAL. 94(3):242-247; 2008

Question 6: What is the applicability of Signal Processing and Pattern Recognition of biological samples, e.g. for the effect of the New Elements?
http://users.rowan.edu/~polikar/RESEARCH/

Question 7: Who is the current experts in Flash Photolysis?
http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=flash+photolysis&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

more later...

Begin forwarded message:

6. Who is into Nanodosimetry R&D that you know of?

http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=nanodosimetry&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

1. In the nuclear fusion reaction in the sun that we call solar flares and solar winds, also at the Princeton Plasma Physics Lab, in the nuclear fission reaction during the nuclear weapon detonation in the Hiroshima, Nagasaki, testings by the Americans, Russians, Chinese, French, English, Indians, Pakistanis, who else? there are energy releases and linear energy transfer and energy losses and production of new radionucllides which has a distinctive radiotoxicity and chemical toxicity being new or old elements that can be detected by methods in consonance with flash photolysis originally invented by Dr. Manfred Eigen and his two colleagues, Dr. Ronald Norris and Dr. George Porter, died in the 80s, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1967. LET alpha, beta, gamma, x-ray, neutron, proton, alpha, heavy ion, star aggregates, fission track etch and spectrometer can detect all these before nsec, or faster or slower time lapsed or decay period. Do not forget spontaneous fission from terrestrial sources of uranics and transuranics globally. Also, do not forget the research reactors, nuclear power plants, radiation research, radiation sources and machines in the Federal or National Research Laboratories, Hanford Reservation, Nuclear Waste Dumps and Interim Waste Storage Facilities whether Radioactive, Chemically Toxic, Reactive, Inflammable and Corrosive, Biological Hazards such as HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis

Product Information Compliance System(PICS) for insecticides, fungicides and pesticides

http://www.cdc.gov/ Center for Disease Control and Prevention...

2. The radiation, chemical and biological toxicity should be monitored. How to prevent them is by adequate radiation shielding and ventilation and protective clothings and eradication of the source etc.

3. http://www.paase.org
http://www.freewebs.com/paase/
http://paaseuniversity.blogspot.com
http://ftcuapubllications.blogspot.com
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua2/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua3/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuatableofelements/
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/healthresearch.htm
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua3/radonchapter.pdf Radon
http://www.freewebs.com/ftcuaemployment/
http://ghostwritingftcua.blogspot.com

4. my email is ftcua8@comcast.net

5. how do we go about writing this grant and others, see #7

ROSES 2007: Astronomy and Physics Research and Analysis









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Manfred Eigen, PhD
http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1967/eigen-bio.html

Ronald George Wreyford Norrish, PhD
http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1967/norrish-bio.html

George Porter, PhD
http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/chemistry/laureates/1967/porter-bio.html



http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flash_photolysis

Flash photolysis
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Flash photolysis is a pump-probe technique, in which a laser of nanosecond, picosecond, or femtosecond pulse width is excited by a short-pulse light source such as a flash lamp. The technique was developed in 1949 by Manfred Eigen, Ronald George Wreyford Norrish and George Porter , who won the 1967 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for this invention.
Flash photolysis was developed shortly after World War II as a result of the military attempts to build cameras fast enough to photograph missiles in flight. As an analytical technique it was introduced to scientists by Manfred Eigen, Ronald Norrish and George Porter, who jointly won the 1967 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for this invention. Within the past 40 years the technique became more powerful and sophisticated due to the developments in optics and lasers. Also the interest in this method grew considerably as the practical applications expanded from chemistry to biology, materials science, environmental sciences, etc. Nowadays flash photolysis facilities are extensively used by researchers to study light induced processes in organic molecules, polymers, nanoparticles, semiconductors, photosynthesis in plants, signaling and light induced conformational changes in biological systems, etc.

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I attended the United Nations Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Disarmament Conferences in the late 90s.

Saturday, February 16, 2008

Some Publications of FTCUA in prints

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua1/healthresearch.htm

Trace Element Analysis of Human Teeth and Bone by Proton-Induced X-Ray Emission
By Florence T. Cua-Christman and Gene S. Hall

Other Publications:

FLORENCE T. CUA, MS3, PHD, PIXE-PIGE ANALYSIS OF TEETH FROM CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT CYSTIC FIBROSIS. NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS AND METHODS IN PHYSICS RESEARCH, B49(1990), 205-210.

FLORENCE T. CUA, MS3, PHD, ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF TEETH FROM CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT CYSTIC FIBROSIS BY PIXE-PIGE. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PIXE, VOL. 1, NO. 2(1990), 197-207.

FLORENCE T. CUA, MS3, PHD, ZINC IN TEETH FROM CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT CYSTIC FIBROSIS. BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH. VOL. 29, NO. 3(JUNE 1991), 229-237.

FLORENCE T. CUA, MS3, PHD, CALCIUM AND PHOSPHOROUS IN TEETH FROM CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT CYSTIC FIBROSIS. BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH. VOL. 30, NO. 3(SEPT. 1991), 277-289.

FLORENCE T. CUA-CHRISTMAN, MS3, PHD, ELEMENT CONCENTRATIONS IN TEETH. SELF-PUBLISHED, 1992, NORTH BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY, USA.

RADIONUCLIDES AND ELEMENTS IN TEETH AND BONES IS BASICALLY MY FORTE.

RADON, INDOOR AND REMOTE MEASUREMENTS OF, ENCYCLOPEDIA OF ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY, JOHN WILEY AND SONS, UNITED KINGDOM, 2000.

http://www.freewebs.com/ftcua3/radonchapter.pdf

One Article I Recommend You to Read

Lobascio, C., Briccarello, M., Destefanis, R., Faraud, M., Gialanella, G., Grossi, G., Guarieri, V., Manti, L., Pugliese, M., Rusek, A., Scampoli, P., and Durante, M.

ACCELERATOR-BASED TESTS OF RADIATION SHIELDING PROPERTIES OF MATERIALS USED IN HUMAN SPACE INFRASTRUCTURES.

HEALTH PHYSICS JOURNAL. 94(3):242-247; 2008.

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

PAASE 2006-will be updated for PAASE 2008

THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 2007

PAASE University-PAASE 2006
updated: http://paaseuniversity.blogspot.com

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PAASE VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY
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I PERSONALLY HAVE A PAASE VIRTUAL UNIVERSITY THESIS FROM 12 PRESENTATIONS IN 1991, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, and 2006.
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The Philippine American Academy of Sciences and Engineering(PAASE) has to date 160 PhDs and counting, 55 women and 105 men. My poster on the July 14-15, 2006 at the University of
California, Davis, under the auspices of Dr. Carlito Lebrilla, showed the categorization according to the many different fields of sciences or engineering endeavors of the PAASE members.
These fields are SCIENCES, for example: Agriculture, Natural Resources and Forestry, Biotechnology and Molecular Biology, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Sciences, Dental Research,
Earthquake Resistant Design, Food Science, Nutrition, Environmental Science, Geology, Marine Science, Medical Genetics, Oceanography, Mathematics, Pharmacy, Physics, Psychology,
Radiation Science, NASA, Nanotechnology, Statistics, and ENGINEERING, for example: Antibody Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Civil and Environmental
Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical and Materials Engineering and FINANCE and ECONOMICS and CHRONIC DISEASES EPIDEMIOLOGY
and MEDICINE, for example, neonatologist, immunologist, and hypertension research. To date, there are 32 PAASE members working with Private Companies or working as Individuals,
77 teaching in Colleges or Universities, and 33 doing research at Research Institutions. The PAASE USA entities will be further delineated according to the different states in the USA plus
Canada. We probably should delineate PAASE Philippines in Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. http://www.paase.org and http://ftcuacalltogreatness.blogspot.com

The administration and online education is patterned after New Jersey Virtual University, http://www.njvu.org and Community of Science, http://www.cos.com. Let us discuss the formation of this
PAASE USA/Philippines University at the Board Meeting and open it up for discussion to the General Membership. Questions like: will it just be for Philippine citizens and Phil-Am citizens and Phil-Canadians?
Would the PAASE University be funded by tuition from the students and grant fundings from the faculty or researchers? Fund Raising? Should there be a PAASE Employment Service? Administered
through the individual private companies, educational and research institutions through their Human Resources. I suggest we form an employment service titled CalltoGreatness Employment Agency
which will be formed to supply employees to the following entitites: Chronicle for Higher Education(http://chronicle.com), UpLadder(http://up.theladders.com/), Global Recruiters of Princeton
(http://www.grnprinceton.com/), New Jersey Technological Council(http://www.njtc.org), Dice.com, JobCircle.com, and TinyTechJobs.com. Atty Emil de Guzman and Associates said that all those with PhD who did extraordinary
achievement in the field of Science and Engineering can be permanent residents of the USA without a sponsor or sponsors. Also, I have been receiving Grants.Gov funding descriptions and
GovernmentBids.com from the US Government. The US Environmental Protection Agency(USEPA) will hire noncitizens from the Republic of the Philippines. http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/EI9.asp
Questionnaires will follow. We will talk about a PAASE Virtual University Foundation(s) later. Here is thanking Dr. Severino Koh and Pacing Koh on their Foundation, Dr. Angel Arambulo,
Dr. Lourminia(Mimi) Sen, and Dr. Gloria Castro Bernas for their brilliant and steadfast support to PAASE as well as Former Vice President Emmanuel Pelaez, NSDB Act. We also want to hear
from Congressman Villafuerte and naturally, our own President of the Philippines Dr. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, PhD Economics, University of the Philippines. Please send in your comments to Dr. Florence T. Cua-Christman, MS3, PhD at ftcua8@comcast.net

Qualifications: my publication listings are in this blog.

It just has to be seen because it is "tucked under".

This is a repeat of the listing of past works. The new work will be entitled New Elements with some research on Geographical Information System.

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FTCua Lists of Readers
FTCuapublicationslistofreaders
Dr. Florence T. Cua-Christman, MS3, PhD, PAASE University (virtual for now)

#1 90Sr from Worldwide Fallout in Teeth and Bone, 1992
#2 Element Concentrations in Teeth, 1992
#3 Po, Pb, Ra, Pu, Cm, U, Th, Am, Cf, Mo, and Tc Radionuclides in Teeth and Bones, 1994
#4 Misconceptions about Radiation, Part 1, Facts are Stranger than Fiction in Hiroshima/Nagasaki/
Marshall Islands, Part 2, Volume 1, 1995
#5 Book of Lists Abut Radiation Related Materials, Specifically Marshall Islands Publications, Volume 1,
1995
#6 Book of Lists About Radiation Related Related Mateials, Specifically Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Weapons
Research and Human Radiation Experiments Publications(NTIS), Volume II, 1996
#7 Ghostwriting 1 ), 1997
#8 Ghostwriting 2 ), 1998
#9 Ghostwriting 3 ), 1999
#10 Ghostwriting 4 ), present will be concise into a Blockbuster Book
#11 Destruction of Plutonium, 1998
#12 Radiation in Space, 1998
#13 Facts or Fiction About Radiation Vol. 2, 2001
#14 Radiation Safety Guide, 1995
#15 Chemical Hygiene Plan, 1995
#16 Hazard Communication Right-to-Know, 1995
#17 Bloodborne Pathogen Protection Plan, 1995
#18 Laser Safety Guide, in progress
#19 Microwave Safety Guide, in progress
#20 Radon, Indoor and Remote Measurement Of, chapter in the Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry, John Wiley and Sons, United Kingdom, 2000.
#20 Biotechnology 2005-2006
#21 Nanotechnology 2006-


Copyright Office
Library of Congress
Washington, D.C. 20559 2 books free

Harriet Martin
Brookhaven National Laboratory
Associated Universities, Inc.
Upton, L.I., New York 11973 $25 (#1) (#2) given

Teresa Hall
Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories
P.O. Box 999
Richland, Washington 99352 $25 (#1)

Jeanne Boyle, Director
Library of Science and Medicine
Rutgers University
New Brunswick, NJ 08903 $50 (#1, 2)

Dr. Albert Hirschman
Box 5
State University of New York to Dr. LeGeros c/o Dr. Craig
Health Science Center at Brooklyn
450 Clarkson Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11203 $25 (#1)

Gary H. Zeman, Ph.D.
Manager
Radiation Protection and Product Safety
Room 1E240
600 Mountain Avenue
Murray Hill, NJ 07974 $25 (#1)

Cechvala
Narodny Ustav Hygieny a Epidemiologie
826 45 Bratislava, Trnavska 52
Czecholovakia $25 (#1)

Celso S. Barrientos, Ph.D.
Supervisory Physical Scientist
Office of Research and Applications
US Department of Commerce
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
5200 Auth Road
Camp Springs, MD 20746 $25 (#1)

Dr. Francis Haughey
Radiation Science Program
Bldg. 4087, Kilmer Campus
Rutgers University
Piscataway, NJ 08854 $25 (#1)

Jane Starkey
7 Kenton Drive
Trowbridge, BA14 7JR free (#1)

Dr. Paul Ziemer
School of Health Sciences
Civil Engineering Bldg
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907 free (#1)

Otto G. Raabe, Ph.D.
Institute of Toxicology and Environmental Health
University of California
Davis, CA 95616 $25 (#1)

Dr. James Newell Stannard
17441 Plaza Animado
#132
San Diegon CA 92128 $25 (#1)

Eileen Hotte, Ph.D.
Smith, Kline, Beecham
709 Swedelend Road
L-54, King of Prussia
PA 19406 $25 (#1)

Don L. Collins
505 La Loma Road
Glendale, CA 91206 $25 (#1)

Kimberlee J. Kearfott, Sc.D.
Associate Professor
Georgia Institute of Technology
The George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering
Nuclear Engineering and Health Physics Programs
Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0225 $25 (#1)

Orszagos Frederic Joliot Curie
Sugarbiologiai Es
Sugareseszsegugyi Kutato Int. Library
H-1775 Budafok 1
P.O. box 101
Hungary $25 (#1)

Ass. Prof. Inkeri Rytomaa
Department of Cariology
Yliopiston Hammaslaaketieteen Laitos
Institute of Dentistry
University of Helsinki
Mannerheimintie 172
00280 Helsinki 28
Finland $50 (#1,2)

Elena Botezatu
Radiation Hygiene Laboratory
Institute of Public Health
and Medical Researches-Iassy
14, Victor Babes Street
Jassy, 6600
Romania free (#1)

College of the Holy Spirit Library
163 E. Mendiola St.
Manila, Philippines free (#1,2)

Immaculate Conception Academy Library
10 Grant St.
Greenhills, MM
Philippines free (#1,2)

Philippine Atomic Energy Commission
Diliman, Quezon City
Philippines free (#1,2)

Dr. Webster Jee
University of Utah
101 Annex
Salt Lake City
UT 84112 $25 (#1)

Dr. M. Stol
Research Institute of Rhematology
Na Slupi 4
128 50 Praha 2
Czecholovakia $25 (#2)

Birute Plioplys
8 Mitchell Avenue
New Brunswick, NJ 08902 $40 (#1,2)

Dr. Stephen Wei
Dept. of Children's Dent and Orthodontics
University of Hong Kong
Prince Philip Dental Hospital
34 Hospital Rd
Hong Kong $25 (#2) stolen sent another one after 1 year $65 my loss

Dr. Beverly Cohen
NYU Environmental Medicine
Longmeadow Rd
Tuxedo, NY 10987 NYU Env Med Library (#1,2)

Dr. Ed Wrenn
ERTL Director 1771S 900 West
Suite 10
Salt Lake City
Utah 84104 (#1) $25

Senator Tom Harkins
US Senate
HART-531
Washington, DC 20510 (#1) free

American Dental Association
211 East Chicago Avenue
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Attn. Dr. Ruth Schultz $50 (#1,2)

Columbia College of Physician and Surgeon
Augustus Long Library free (#1,2)

NYU Dental School Library free (#1,2)

Dr. Gerhard Schrauzer free (#2)

Sandy O'Brien (Marty Malter) free (#1)

Yankee Book Peddler, Inc.
999 Maple Street
Contoocook, NH 03229 $58 purchase order (#1,2) paid

Northwestern University Library
$50 purchase order (#1,2) paid

Rosalina Cua-Go (#1,2) free
Woodlawn, CA

Dr. Clarkson c/o Elaine
International Association of Dental Research/
American Association of Dental Research
1111 Fourteenth Street, NW, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20005-5603 (#1,2) free-sponsor

Nelia Gacusan (#1,2) on loan

Racquel Zapanta LeGeros, Ph.D.
New York University David B. Kriser Dental Center
College of Dentistry
Director, Office of Research Program, Coordinator, and Program Development
345 East 24th St
Room 814S
NY, NY 10010 (#1,2) free-sponsor

Ruby Evangelista Kirkup, PhD (#2) on loan

Dr. Lourdes Laraya Cuasay
Cystic Fibrosis-Pulmonary Program
Robert Wood Johnson Medical Center (#2) ordered and delivered and paid for $25
New Brunswick, NJ 08903

Eileen King (#1,2) free

James McInroy, PhD
c/o Margaret Gautier
Los Alamos National Lab
Group HSE-9/MS-K484
PO Box 1663
Los Alamos, NM 87545 (#1,2) ordered and sent

P. Assimakopoulos
University of Ioaninna
Nuclear Physics Department
Ioaninna, Greece (#1) paid for and sent Nov. 2, 1993 $25

Mario Dimayuga, PhD (#1,2) free

Dr. Alan Appleby
Radiation Science Dept.
Rutgers University (#1,2) free

Center for Disease Control
Atlanta, GA (#1,2) purchase order $50

Dr. Mogens Joost Larsen
Associate Porfessor
Royal Dental College
Faculty of Health Sciences
Aarhus University
Vennelyst Boulevard
DK-8000
Aarhus C
Denmark (#1,2) paid for $50

Dept of Nuclear Physics
Lund University
Solvegatan 14, S-223 62
Lund, Sweden (#2) paid for $25

Reiter’s Scientific and Professional Books
2021 K St. NW
Washington, DC 20006 (#1,2) purchase order 1/24/94
2 sets $175 ordered by Nuclear Regulatory Commission

Univeristy of Michigan 2 books (#1,2) $70 paid for
Hatcher Lab
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1205

Nicholas P. Piesco, PhD
Dept. of Anatomy/Histology
607 Salk Hall
School of Dental Medicine
University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA 15261 #2 $30 paid for

Sent March 10, 1994


University of Detroit Mercy
Dental Library
2931 E. Jefferson Ave.
Detroit, MI 48207 #2 $30 paid for

Laureen Ilasenko acquisitions

Professor A. Lodding
Haga Krykogata 28A
S-41123
Gothenburg, Sweden #2 $27 paid for

Island Press
Washington Office
1718 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Suite 300 Washington, DC 20009 lent both books-returned to me

Yan Bai Ling (#1,2) given

Gerfried Kumbartzi, PhD (#2) given

Princeton University Bookstore 6 on consignment
#2 sold $24 net
Dosier Hammond

Andrew Eugene Cua and Dr,. Roland Stephen Cua (#1,2) given

Melton H. Chew
1424 Concannon Blvd
Livermore, CA 94550-6066 (#2) $30 ordered, paid

Tony Greenhouse
Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (#1) given
(#2) $30 ordered, paid

Sally Marshall, PhD
School of Dentistry
Box 0858
Univeristy of California in San Francisco
San Francisco, CA 94143-0758 (#1,2) given

David R. Kyd
Director
Division of Public Information
International Atomic Energy Agency
Wagramerstrasse 5, PO Box 100
A-1400, Vienna, Austria (#1,2) given

Research and Education Association

A textbook company- on loan for evaluation of my status as free lance writer #1,2

Dawn Petrozzini, my realtor ordered #2 $30 paid

Dr. Barry Pass
Associate Professor
Head, Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
Faculty of Dentistry
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Canada B3H 3J5

Ordered #2 $30 paid

c/o Paul McLaughlin

Bernd Franke
Ifeu-Institut fur Energie und Umweltforschung Heidelberg GmbH
Wilhelm-Blum-Strabe 12-14
D-69120 Heidelberg
GERMANY

Ordered #1 $35 paid

Marquette Universiy
Main Library
1415 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Science Library
560 N. 16th St.
Milwaukee, WI 53233

Ordered #2, $50

Caroline M. Haverkort, MSc
Department of Anthropology
Univeersity of Alberta
13-15 HM Tory Building
Edmonton, AB T6G 2H4
Canada

$45 sent Feb. 18, 1995 received Feb. 24, 1995

South Brunswick Township Bookmobile and Public Library
Peter Fekety
Karen and Marie
110 Kingston Lane
Monmouth Junction
NJ 08852
329-4000 x 209
x286 Peter

Fax 329-0573 returned, too technical

Copyright #3

American Dental Association
Department of Library Services
211 E. Chicago Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611-2678

#3 $50

John Baum, PhD
Brookhaven National Laboratory

Invoice sent #3

Shawki Ibrahim, PhD
Colorado State University

Invoice sent #3

Sister Angelli Cabrini
Regis College
#1,2,3 returned with very impressed letter

invoice sent conditional on availability of funds

Sister Celindis
College of the Holy Spirit

#3 free

Philippine Nuclear Research Institute

#3 free

Mike Moore
Bulletin of Atomic Scientists
6042 South Skimbark St.
Chicago, IL 60637

#3 with invoice

Dr. Paul Ziemer/Robert Landolt
Purdue University
School of Health Sciences

#3 with invoice

Dr. Richard Vetter
Mayo Clinic

#3 with invoice paid $50

Dr. Nicholas Piesco
University of Pittsburgh

#1,3 with invoice ----returned

Dr. David Kyd

IAEA Division of Public Information
Vienna, Austria

Marquette Universiy
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

#1,3 $100

Charles Watson, PhD
Mail Stop P7-82
Battelle Northwest
PO Box 999
Richland, WA 99352
509-376-0013
509-376-3483 #3 $50

Alan Appleby, PhD
Radiation Science Program
Rutgers University

#3

Mary Angeline Cheung de Leon
Free #2

Ching Chua

P652 $25

#2

Margaret Gautier
LASL
LA, NM 87545

#3 complimentary since she gave me the LASL manuals

Roland Stephen Cua, MD, has a set of the 3 books, #1 #2, and #3 with a copy of #1 and #3 each

Jeanne Boyle
Director
Library of Science and Medicine
Rutgers University
New Brunswick, NJ 08903

#3 billed $50 paid

Environmental Science
Rutges University
Cook College
New Brunswick
NJ 08903

#1,2,3 free

Dr. Andrew Chaarig
Colgate Palmolive Co. Inc.
909 River Road
Piscataway, NJ 08873

#1,2,3 billed $120 paid


Ruth for Tara O’Toole, MD., MPH
Assistant Secretary
Environmental. Safety and Health
Department of Energy
Washington, DC 20585

#1, #3 good review

#4

Copyright

Ming Wen Flannery

South Brunswick Public Library—free

Roland Stephen Cua—should make copies for PNRI c/o Mommy

Rutgers University with invoice paid $25

Center for Disease Control with purchase order/ untracktable paid $25

#5

Copyright

Roland Stephen Cua

Rutgers University Library of Science and Medicine-free

Susan Wiltshire
Vice President
JK Research Associates, Inc.
8 Enon Street
Beverly, MA 01915

Invoice sent, $45 paid

Philippine Nuclear Research Institute---on loan

Dr. Egilman
759 Granite Street
Braintree, MA 02184
508-543-3848 h.
617-848-1950 w.

all 5 of the books for $220 $17.80 postage

paid

#1 90Sr from Worldwide Fallout in Teeth and Bones

Blackwell North America, Inc.
100 University Court
Blackwood, New Jersey 08012

$40 purchase order sent

second book sent through UPS--$18.75

charged $58.75 total

609-228-8900 Rita
503-684-1140 Oregon

#4

Misconceptions About Radiation, Part 1 etc.

Dr. Eileen Hotte
UP310
Smith, Line and Beecham Pharmaceuticals
1215 South Collegeville Rd
Collegeville, PA 19426-0989

$35

#3

Dr. Barry Pass, Head
Div. of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
Facculty of Dentistry
Dalhousie University
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3H 315

$50

#7 Ghostwriting

Dr. Monina Poscablo
Catholic Charities

Free

#3

University of Detroit Mercy
Dental Library
2931 E. Jefferson Avenue
Detroit, MI 48207-4288

$50

Dr. Jay M. Gould
Radiation and Public Health Project
302 West 86th Street
Suite 11B, New York, NY 10024
#1,2,3,4

#1,3 paid for so far $75
#2,4 $50
Sub Total $125
#5 Dr. Jerry Brown
National Coordinator
Radiation and Public Health Project
1630 W. 22nd Street
Miami Beach, FL 33140

$40 Total $165

Eulinia Valdezco
Chief, Radiation Protection Section
Philippine Nuclear Research Institute
Commonwealth Avenue
Diliman, Quezon City
Philippines

#1,2,3 free

Dr. Vicky Guerrero Abellera, PhD Environmental Science, University of District of Columbia, Howard University, Trinity University, and Philippine American Academy of Science and Engieering Virtual University

#1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 on loan

R. William Field, M.S, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
College of Public Health
Department of Occupational and Environmental Health
Department of Epidemiology
104 IREH
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA 52242

(Tel: (319) 335-4413
ÊFAX: (319) 335-4225
Email: bill-field@uiowa.edu #1,2,3 $100
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#4 $150
#5 $125
#13 $5

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$ 150 Radon Chapter
$ 200 US Civilian Research and Deveopment Foundation USCRDF (honorarium for 4 proposals out of 6)
$ 200 Radiation and Public Health Project
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$5000 June, 1998 Balik Scientist Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (Dr. Lydia Tansinsin, Balik Scientist Director, Undersecretary of Department of Science and Technology working with Dr. Alumanda de la Rosa, director PNRI and Mrs. Eulinia Valdezco, Radiation Protection Section Chief, now Nuclear Regulatory Chief)
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BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH FTCUA LIST OF THOSE WHO ASKED FOR REPRINTS

F.T. CUA, MS3
“Trace Element Analysis of Human Teeth and Bone by Proton-Induced X-ray Emission”,
BIOL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH, VOL. 12, 1987, pages 133 ff.

1) Dr. Ramon M. Barnes
Department of Chemistry, GRC Towers, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003-0035

2) Tousimis Research Corporation
PO Box 2189
Rockville, MD 20852

3) Universite Rene Descartes De Paris
Faculte de Chirurgie Dentaire
1, rue Maurice Arnoux
92120-Montrouge, France
Department Histologie-Embryologie Speciale
Re: M. Goldberg

4) Dr. S. Ashrafi
University of Illinois
Department of Histology
801 S. Paulina
PO Box 6998
Chicago, IL 60680

5) H. Wayne Sampson, PhD
Department of Anatomy
College of Medicine
Texas A&M University
College Station, Texas 77843-114

6) James W. Simmerlink, PhD
Case Westeren Reserve University
School of Dentistry
2123 Abington Road
Cleveland, OH 44100

7) Prof. C.A. Baud
Institut de Morphologie
Centre Medical Universitaire
1, rue Michel Servet
1211 Geneve 4(Suisse)

8) Professor P. Allain
Laboratoire de Pharmacologie
Centre Hospitalier Universitaire
49033 Angers (France)

9) Prof. Dr. H.J. Hohling
Institut fur Med Physik
der Universitat Munster
Hufferstrabe 68
D-4400 Munster, Germany

10) Dr. Leon Singer
Department of Biochemistry
U/MN 4-225 Millard Hall
435 Delaware ST SE
Minneapolis MN 55455

11) M.D. McKee
Anatomy Department
McGill University
Strathcona Anatomy & Dentistry Bldg.
3640 University Street
Montreal Que., Canada H3A 2B2

12)David J. Simmons, PhD
Division of Orthopaedic Surgery G-92
University of Texas Medical Branch
Galveston, TX 77550

13)M. Ebadi, PhD
Department of Pharmacology
The University of Nebraska
College of Medicine
42nd and Dewey Avenue
Omaha, Nebraska 68105-1065

14)Dr. Karl Obrant
Laboratoire D’Histodynamique Osseuse
U. Inserm 234 Pathologie des Tissus Calcifies
Faculte Alexis Carrel-Rue Guillaume Paradin
69008 Lyon, France

15)D. Zaffe
Istituto di Anatomia Umana Normale
Delia Universita di Modena (Italia)
Via Berngario, 16-41100 Modena

16)Thomas Kasokat
Universitat Mainz
Institut fur Zoologie
Saarstr, 21
D-6500 Mainz
West Germany

17)Dr. H.S. Sandhu
Division of Oral Biology
Faculty of Dentistry
University of Western Ontario
London, Ontario, Canada
N6A 5C1

18)Dr. Mr. nat. Reinhard Gocke
Diplochemiker
Wilhelm-Pieck-Universitat Rostock
Bereich Medizin-Sektion Stomalogie
Wissensch, Laboratorien
DDR-25 Rostock
Strempelstrabe 13
German Democratic Republic

19) R. Frank
Faculte de Chirurgie Dentaire
1 place de l’Hopital
67000 Strasbourg, France

20) Dr. J. Kalouskova
Czeschoslovak Academy of Sciences
Institute of Nuclear Biology and Radiochemistry
142 20 Prague 4, Videnska 1083
Czechoslovakia

21) M. EKRT, MD
Institut Hygieny
A Epidemologie
100 42 Praha 10, Srobarova 48
Czechoslovakia

22) Dr. D. Chappard
Faculte de Medecine
15 Rue Ambroise Pare
42023 Saint Etienne-Cedex2-France

23) Dr. Sarkar
Louisiana State University
School of Dentistry
Department of Biomaterials
1100 Florida Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119

24) Dr. sc. M. Grun
Akademie der Landwirtschaftswissenschaften
Der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik
Institut fur Pflanzenernahrung
Naumburger Strabe 98
Jena 9
DDR-6909

25) Universidad Autonoma Metropolitana
Unidad Iztapalapa Division de Ciencias Biologicas y de la Salud
Departamento Ciencias de la Salud
Mireya Tono
Apartado Postal 55-535, D9340 Mexico, D.F.
Mexico

26) Dr. Henryk Matuslewicz
Politechnika Poznanska
Institute of Chemistry
60-965 Poznan, Poland

27) Lange Anna
Department of Hygiene
Academy of Medicine
Jarac’za 63, 90-251 Lodi, Poland

28) Dr. H.T. Uytterschaut
Dept. of Anatomy and Embryology
University of Groningen
Oostersingel 69
NL-9713 EZ Groningen

29) Dr. K. Winnefeld
Bibliothek
Chirurgischa Univ. Klinik
DDR-69 Jena
BachstrsBe 18

30) Dr. John D. Belcher
University of Minnesota Div Epidemiol
611 Beacon St SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

31) MV Dr. Boh. Vostoupal
Institute of Landscape Ecology
Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences
Na sadkach 702, 370 05 Ceske Budejovice
Czechoslovakia

32) Dr. Rabinowitz
Marine Biological Laboratory
Woodshole, MA 02543

33) Republic Tunisienne
Ministere de L’Enseignement Superieur
Et De La Recherche Scientifique
Faculte de Medcine Dentaire
5000 Monastir (Tunisie)
Re: M.S. Belkhir
Service de Odontologie Conservativo

34) Mary Alice Kenney, PhD
Home Economics Dept. 118 Hoec Bldg.
University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701

35) Dilip N. Wagh
Bhabha Atomic Research Center
Analytical Chemistry Division,
Trombay, Bombay 400 085
India

36) B. Lakatos
Central Research Institute for Chemistry
Hungarian Academy of Sciences
H-1025 Budapest, Pusztaszeri VT 59-67


37) University of Patras
School of Engineering
Dept. of Chemical Engineering
GR 26110 Patras, Greece
RE: Professor Petros Koutsoukos

38) Dr. H.E. Zschau
Karl-Marx Universitat
Sektion Physik
DDR-701 Leipzig, Linnesir, 5

F.T.CUA, MS3, PhD
“Calcium and Phosphorous in Teeth from Children with and without Cystic Fibrosis”,
Biol Trace Elem Res 30/3 (Sep 1991), pp.277-289.

1) Dr. N. Pilecka
Institute of Biophysics and Nuclear Medicine
Faculty of General Medicine
Charles University
12000 Prague 2
Samovska 3
Czechoslovakia

2) Dra. A. Ilundain
Facultad de Farmacia
Departmento de Fisiologia Animal Tramontana, S/N
41012-Sevilla, Espana(Spain)

3) Jack Lieberman, MD
VA med CTR (IIIP)
16111 Plummer St.
Sepulveda, CA 91343

4) Professor Gianni Mastella
Centro Fibrosi Cistica
Ospedale Civile Maggiore
Piazzale Stefani 1/A
37126 Verona, Italy

5) Michael G. Tordoff, PhD
Menell Chemical Senses Center
3500 Market Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
19104-3308

6) Professor M. Goldberg
Laboratoire Histologie-Embryologie
Universite Rene Descartes de Paris
Faculte de Chirurgie Dentaire
1, rue Maurice Arnoux
92120 Montrouge
France

7) Dr. Sandra L. Gilchrist
Division of Natural Scicnces
New College of USF
Sarasota, FL 34243-2197

8) Thomas F. Boat, MD
Department of Pediatrics
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Clinical Sciences Building 229 H
Chapel Hill, NC 27514

9) Michael K. Farrell, MD
Department of Gastro-Nutrition
Children’s Hospital
Eeland and Bethesda
Cincinnati, OH 45229

10) Kuen-Shan Hung, PhD
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
39th and Rainbow Rd
Kansas City, Kansas 66103

11) Professor Birgitta Strandvik, MD, PhD
Department of Pediatrics II
East Hospital
S-416 85 Goteborg, Sweden

12) N. Balmain
Inserm U. 120
Hospital Robert Debre
Bat, Ecran + 4 et +5
48 Bd Serurier
75019 Paris, France

13) Ton Bronckers, PhD
Acta-Vrije Universiteit
Department of Oral Cell Biology
Faculty of Medicine
Van Der Boechorststraat 7
1081 BT Amsterdam
The Netherlands

14) Nedekova, MD
Vish Voennomedicinski Institut
Scientific Information Service No. 3488/91
Sofia-1606
Bulgaria
15) Dr. Gerhard Rechkemmer
Physiologisches Institut der Tierarztlichen Hoschschule
Bischofsholaer Damm 15
D-3000 Hannover 1, Federal Republic of Germany

16) Dr. HG Posselt
Klinikum der Johann Wolfgang
Goethe-Universtet
Zentrum der Kinderheilkund
Abteilungfer Allgemeine
Padiatre I
Theodore Stern Kai 7
6000 Frankfurt a M 70
Federal Republic of Germany

17) Dr. Omar H. Pivetta
Jefe DTO, Genetic Experimental Inst.,
Nac Genetica Medica
Avda Las Heras 2670
3 er. Piso, 1425Buenos Aires
Argentina

18) Dr. Gratiana Steinkamp
Kinderklinik
Med. Hochschule Hannover
Postfach 61 01 80
D 3000 Hannover 61
West Germany

19) Dr. Frank Friedrichs
Padiatrische Pneumologie
Krh. Zehlendorf-Bereich Heckeshorn
Zum Heckeshorn 30
W-1000 Belin 39
West Germany

20) E. Zachar
Research Institute of Rheumatic Diseases
Piestany, Czechoslovakia

F.T.CUA, MS3, PhD
“Zinc in Teeth from Children With and Without Cystic Fibrosis”,
Biol Trace Element Research, 29/3 (June 1991), pp. 229-237

1) M. Stol
Research Institute of Rheumatology
Na Slupi 4
128 50 Praha 2
Czechoslovakia

2) Robert W. Wilmott, MD
Pulmonary Medicine Div.
PAV 1-24
Children’s Hospital Medical Center
Bethesda and Elland Avenue
Cincinatti, OH 45229-2899

3) Professeur Vidailhet
Service de Pediatrie
Hopital d’enfants
Centre Hospitalier
Universitaire
54511 Nancy, France

4) Kuen Shan Hung, PhD
University of Kansas Medical Center
Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology
39th & Rainbow Blvd
Kansas City, Kansas 66103

5) Dr. Kevin Foskett
Division of Cell Biology
Hospital for Sick Children
535 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
M561X8 CANADA

6) Dr. Robert D. Putnam
Putnam Environmental Services
PO Box 12763
2525 Meridian Parkway
Research Triangle Park, NC
27709-2763

7) Dr. M. Lamand
Inra Theix 63122
St Genes Champanelle
France

8) Dr. J. H. M. Woltgens
Acta-Vrije Universiteit
Department of Oral Cell Biology
Faculty of Medicine
Van der Boechorststraat 7
1081 BT Amsterdam, The Netherlands

9) T. Garcia
Biochimie
Secteur Sainte-Eugenie
Hospices Civils de Lyon
Centre Hospitalier Lyon Sud
69310 Pierre Benite
France

10) Kerteszeti Egyetem
Chemical Department
Universitas Horticulturae
Villanyi ut 37-43
H-1502 Budapest, Pf. 49

11) Glenn Sauer
Department of Chemistry
University of South Carolina
Columbia, South Carolina 29208

12) M. Ebadi, PhD
Department of Pharmacology
The University of Nebraska
Medical Center
600 South 42nd Street
Omaha, NE 68198-6260

21) Professor Gianni Mastella
Centro Fibrosi Cistica
Ospedale Civile Maggiore
Piazzale Stefani 1/A
37126 Verona, Italy

22) S. Mateo
Arkopharma
Laboratoires Pharmaceutiques
Z.1. de Carros-BP 28
06511 Carros Cedex
France

23) Dr. F. Van Meir
University of Antwerp (RUCA)
Institute of Histology and Microscopic Anatomy
Groenenborgerlaan 171
B-2020 Antwerpen, Belgium

24) W. Wasowicz
Zaklad Biochemii I.N.P. Wam
Department of Biochemistry
Institute of Basic Medical Sciences WAM
90-647 Lodz. Plac 9-go Maja 1
Poland

25) Jack Lieberman, MD
V.A. Med Ctr (IIIP)
16111 Plummer St.
Sepulveda, CA 91343

26) Dr. P. Durie
The Hospital for Sick Children
555 University Avenue
Toronto, Ontario,
Canada M5G 1X8

27) T. Nakamoto
Department of Physiology
Louisiana State University Medical Center
1100 Florida Avenue
New Orleans, LA 70119

28) Dr. Daria Zacharova
Slovak Academy of Sciences
Institute of Molecular Physiology and Genetics
Vlarska 5, CS-833 34 Bratislava

29) Sandor Lanos
Institute of Public Health and Epidemiology
University of Medical School
Pecsi Orvostudomanyl
Egyetem
Kozegeszsegtani es Jarvanytani Intezete,
Szigeti ut 12. Pf: 99
H-7643 Pecs,
Hungary

30) Sow-Yeh Chen
Oral Pathology Section
Temple University School of Medicine
3223 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19140

31) A. Buxade Vinas
Investigacion Vinas
Torrente Vidalet 29
08012-Barcelona, Spain


32)Professor Dr. Karl E. Bergmann
Institut fur Sozialmedizin und Epidemiologie
Des Bundesgesundheitsamtes
Thielallee 88-92
D-1000 Berlin 33
Federal Republic of Germany
Republique Federale d’Allemagne
Present GERMANY

33)Haydee V. Castejni
Instituto de Investigaciones Biologicas
Facultad de Medicina
Universidad del Zulia
Apartado Postal 526
Maracaibo, Venezuela(South America)
IIB-977-91

34) Elias Meezan
Metabolic Diseases Research Lab
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Birmingham, Alabama 35294

35) Klinikum
der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat
Zentrum der Kinderheilkunde
Abteilung fur Allgemeine Padiatrie 1
Theodor-Stern-kai 7, 6000 Frankfurt a. M. 70
Fed. Rep. Germany
Re: Dr. H-G Posselt

36) Prof. D’ med. Tomas Pexieder
Institut D’Histologie
Et D’Embryologie
Rue de Bugnon 9
CH-1005 Lausanne, Suisse

37) Dr. Amaury Alvarez
Instituto Cubano de Investigaciones
De los Derivados de la Cana de Azucar
Apartado Postal 4026, La Habana, Cuba

38) Thomas F. Boat, MD
Department of Pediatrics
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Clinical Sciences Building 229 H
Chapel Hill, NC 27514

39) Silesian Univesity of Medicine
Department Toxicology
41-200 Sosnowiec, UL, Jagiellonska 4
Poland


Florence T. Cua, MS3, PhD
“PIXE-PIGE Analysis of Teeth from Children With and Without Cystic Fibrosis.” Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B49(1990) 205-210.

Florence T. Cua, MS3, PhD
“Element Analysis of Teeth from Children with and without Cystic Fibrosis by PIXE-PIGE.” International Journal of PIXE(1990). Vol.1 No. 2.
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