About the Author
Janette D. Sherman, M.D. specializes in internal medicine and is the author of Chemical Exposure and Disease. Currently in practice in Alexandria, Virginia, she evaluates causes of illnesses involving chemical and radiation exposure. Her experience includes research at Michigan State University; the Atomic Energy Commission at the University of California Berkeley; consultant to the US Environmental Protection Agency for the Toxic Substances Control Act from 1976-1982; and Clinical Assistant Professor at Wayne State University Medical School.
She publishes and lectures in the field of toxicology and currently is an Adjunct Professor of Sociology at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo, Michigan where she consults with graduate students and faculty on workers' illnesses.
Books by Dr. Sherman:
|Life's Delicate Balance
Causes and Prevention of Breast Cancer
|CHEMICAL EXPOSURE AND DISEASE
Diagnostic and Investigative Techniques
The Professional and Laypersonís Guide to Understanding Cause and Effect