Lectures - Food safety; Breast cancer

A couple of lectures open to the public.

Jan. 29 Georgia Center for Continuing Education, 7 p.m.
Is Your Food Safe to Eat?

Michael Doyle, Regents Professor of food microbiology and director of UGA’s Center for Food Safety will present a lecture entitled “Is Your Food Safe to Eat?” as part of a series designed to increase public awareness about the public health issues in the media and at home. The series is presented by UGA’s College of Public Health and Biomedical and Health Sciences Institute. The lecture will be held at 7 p.m., Jan. 29, in the Masters Hall at the Ga. Center for Continuing Education. The public is invited to attend.


Breast Cancer and Environmental Health
Jan. 25, 148 Student Learning Center, UGA
12:20-1:10 p.m.

Dr. Kelly Happe, Speech Communication & Women's Studies

**Part of the Institute for Women's Studies Friday Speaker Series**

1 comment:

Winfield J. Abbe said...

In this lecture she mentioned some of the improper activities of the American Cancer Society. Here is the reference for them:
"American Cancer Society America's Wealthiest 'Non-Profit' Institution" by Samuel S. Epstein, M.D., International Journal of Health Services, 1999 also available at www.preventcancer.com.
I once asked the CEO of the ACS about these; he refused to provide a proper reply. I also asked the former provost of UGA to invite professor Epstein to campus to set the record straight. She refused.
I documented all this in "University Fails to Offer Another Viewpoint" by Winfield J. Abbe, Ph.D. published at www.annieappleseedproject.org. The operator of this website, Ann Fonfa, is a breast cancer survivor from New York. She lives in Florida today. It is a most enlightening website on cancer and alternatives to the many toxic treatments of the medical orthodoxy.