Cluster Mystery: Epidemic and the Children of Woburn, Mass

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C.V. Mosby, Jan 1, 1985 - Health & Fitness - 415 pages
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Recounts how a concerned mother, whose young son had died of leukemia, noticed a suspiciously high number of similar cases in the area, and discovered that unsuspected toxic waste sites were poisoning public wells with carcinogens

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Environmentalist DiPerna details the drama of one mother's fight to alert medical and political powers-that-be of the danger of two industrially contaminated wells. The wells were ultimately ... Read full review

Contents

A New Epidemic
1
Clusters or Coincidence?
17
The Early Ordeal of Jimmy Anderson
41
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Paula DiPerna took her first golf swing at the age of four, and has played golf on every continent except Antarctica. She has written about golf for every major golf magazine and for the "New York Times" travel section, where her article on Oakhurst appeared. One of the few women members of the Golf Writers Association, she lives in New York City.   Vikki Keller, daughter of Lewis Keller, helps manage Oakhurst today.

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