This Week’s Featured Interviews:
- Kristen Iversen, author of the superb book Full Body Burden: Growing Up in the Nuclear Shadow of Rocky Flats, explains the Preliminary Results of the Rocky Flats Health Survey, which is meant to determine what has happened to the health of those who lived and worked in proximity with that nuclear weapons production site near Denver and Boulder, Colorado.
To access the Rocky Flats Health Study, CLICK HERE.
- Tiffany Hansen, M.A., is co-founder of Rocky Flats Downwinders, a community activist group that focuses on dangers faced by local residents.
Dani Ball is a nurse who grew up near Rocky Flats and has epilepsy, just recently connected with Rocky Flats Downwinders and brought a body of knowledge to their attention that is exploding out the possibility of a link between epilepsy and exposure to ionizing radiation. She can be contacted directly via email at DaBall@yahoo.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/RockyFlatsResidentRegistry/
Nuclear Hotseat producer/host Libbe HaLevy’s former classmate and eminently
successful journalist Rick Sallinger of CBS Denver, interviewing Dr. Mark Johnson,
Executive Director of the Jefferson County Health Department, for 3-part series
on Rocky Flats.
The Missing Link:
John Oliver does nuclear waste! (More on this next week…)