Category: David Ozonoff

Health study of former South Weymouth Naval Air Station stirs controversy

October 1st, 2013 in 2013, David Ozonoff, Newsmakers, Patriot Ledger, School of Public Health 0 comments

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David Ozonoff, School of Public Health

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health plans to unveil Thursday the results of its investigation into cases of multiple sclerosis and possible links to contamination at the former South Weymouth Naval Air Station, but some local officials are asking why they received little or no information about the meeting…

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“It’s absolutely outrageous that the DPH buttons up information the way it does.”

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Hanover residents still waiting for state to act on contamination cleanup

July 15th, 2013 in 2013, David Ozonoff, Newsmakers, Patriot Ledger, School of Public Health 0 comments

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David Ozonoff, School of Public Health

Eight months after state environmental officials assured concerned residents that they were working on a plan to clean up a high-priority contamination site, there is still no plan or timeline for the cleanup…

Expert quote:

“If the EPA is in charge, they’re much harder to influence than the town or state.”

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New menace arises from tainted Mass. injections

December 12th, 2012 in 2012, Boston Herald, David Ozonoff, Newsmakers, School of Public Health 0 comments

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David Ozonoff, School of Public Health

The number of people with fungal infections is suddenly surging months after the probe into a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy was launched, as patients come forward with previously undetected abscesses, alarming health professionals…

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Cancer worries in Hanover

August 13th, 2012 in 2012, David Ozonoff, Newsmakers, Patriot Ledger, School of Public Health 0 comments

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David Ozonoff, School of Public Health

Residents have wondered – and so have town officials – if higher-than-expected cancer rates can be blamed on the contaminated site of a sprawling old munitions factory on the southwest side of town…

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Mercury and lead contaminate old National Fireworks munitions site

July 14th, 2012 in 2012, David Ozonoff, Newsmakers, Patriot Ledger, School of Public Health 0 comments

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David Ozonoff, School of Public Health

More than six decades of munitions manufacturing and testing at a factory that armed the U.S. military during four wars has polluted a 280-acre site in Hanover with enough mercury, lead and other chemicals to make it a sure-fire candidate for a high-ranking, federal Superfund site…

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Why it is Important to Learn How to Make Clean Water For Survival is Revealed in the Recent Absolute Rights Newsletter

February 12th, 2012 in 2012, David Ozonoff, Newsmakers, School of Public Health 0 comments

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David Ozonoff, School of Public Health

Many people are concerned about the safety of their drinking water and want to learn how to make clean drinking water, explains the current Absolute Rights newsletter, because the Environmental Working Group revealed in their 2009 analysis of water utility tests that there are at least 74 million Americans in 42 states who are drinking chromium and metal polluted tap water…

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