AAHP/ABHP Blog Posts
Many parts of a recent five-part miniseries on HBO about the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster got under Dan Sowers’ skin.
None more than watching the skin melt off the body of a victim exposed to radiation.
“This is not quite what we would expect to see,” Sowers says.
He would know.
Was it an “act of war” or “mass hysteria?”
That’s how a recent headline from The New York Times read about a controversial series of events dating back nearly six years.
Did enormous quantities of targeted radiation make American diplomats sick?
Keith Strauss, an emeritus associate professor at the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine, is fully aware of what his well-researched proclamation means for his line of work, all medical technologists, millions of patients, decades of clinical best practices and countless textbooks, exams and course curriculums.
Everything needs to change.