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 Politics and Science 
 
 Weekly Program
 Dr. Janette Sherman
 Politics and Science  
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Janette D. Sherman, M. D. is the author of Life's Delicate Balance: Causes and Prevention of Breast Cancer and Chemical Exposure and Disease. Dr. Sherman is a specialist in internal medicine and toxicology. She has published more than 70 articles in the scientific literature and also writes for the popular press to provide information to the concerned public.
From 1976-1982 Dr. Sherman served on the advisory board for the EPA Toxic Substances Control Act. She has been an advisor to the National Cancer Institute on breast cancer and to the EPA on pesticides. She is a resource person, advisor, and speaker for universities and health advocacy groups concerning cancer, birth defects, pesticides, toxic dumpsites, and nuclear radiation.
Currently she is Adjunct Professor at the Environmental Institute, Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, and Research Associate and Lecturer with the Radiation and Public Health Project. She is completing the translation and editing of the book Chernobyl: Consequences of the Catastrophe for People and Nature, written by A. V. Yablokov, V. B., Nesterenko and A. V. Nesterenko, to be published by the New York Academy of Sciences, early in 2009.
Dr. Sherman's primary interest is the prevention of illness through public education and patient awareness.

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