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    Charles L. Sanders.
    Summary: This book presents new information on radiobiology that more clearly refutes the linear no-threshold (LNT) assumption and supports radiation hormesis. Fresh light is cast on the mechanisms of radiation hormesis and the potential benefits of low-dose ionizing radiation in preventing and treating a wide variety of inflammatory and proliferative diseases. It is proposed that these effects may derive from cellular communication via electromagnetic waves directed by DNA, with each cell acting as a quantum computer. Readers will also find close analysis of the negative impacts of radiophobia on many aspects of modern life, including attitudes to imaging technologies, licensing of nuclear power reactors, and preparedness for survival of nuclear war. The book will be of interest to researchers and scientists in radiobiology, radiation protection, health physics, medical physics, and radiology. Specifically, it will provide medical physicians, radiation oncologists, radiation epidemiologists, gerontologists, cell biologists, toxicologists, and nuclear engineers with a wide range of interesting facts and enlightening novel perspectives. -- publisher's website.

    Contents:
    Movers of radiation hormesis
    Radiological weapons
    The harmful and fraudulent basis for the LNT assumption
    Thresholds
    Plutonium particle toxicity myth
    Wonderful radon
    Benefits in disease prevention, control, and cure
    Heuristic view on quantum bio-photon cellular communication.
    Digital Access Springer 2017