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The Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory"s Thyroid Function Study

A Radiological Risk and Ethical Analysis

by Committee on Evaluation of 1950s Air Force Human Health Testing in Alaska Using Radioactive Iodine-131

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Published by National Academies Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Endocrinology,
  • Environmental factors,
  • Medical Endocrinology,
  • Radiation Toxicology,
  • Medical,
  • Medical / Nursing,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Endocrinology & Metabolism,
  • Radiology,
  • Research,
  • Science / Earth Sciences,
  • Alaska,
  • Diagnostic use,
  • Health aspects,
  • Iodine,
  • Isotopes,
  • Medical ethics,
  • Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Thyroid gland function tests

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages116
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10357494M
    ISBN 100309054281
    ISBN 109780309054287

    The number of “Eskimos” in the study has also been listed as 85, resulting in a total of subjects. This reflects a difference between the text and the tables of the key AAL report: K. Rodahl and G. Bang, Thyroid Activity in Men Exposed to Cold, Technical Report (Ladd Air Force Base, Alaska: Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory, ). Filed under: Thyroid gland function tests -- Health aspects -- Alaska. The Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory's Thyroid Function Study: A Radiological Risk and Ethical Analysis, by National Research Council Committee on Evaluation of s Air Force Human Health Testing in Alaska Using Radioactive Iodine (page images at NAP) Filed under: Rejuvenation.

    Subject: “Thyroid Activity in Men Exposed to Cold” (TR ). Document Type: Memorandum. Date: 25 January Authors: National Research Council, Institute of Medicine. Title: The Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory’s Thyroid Function Study: A Radiological Risk and Ethical Analysis. Document Type: Book. Date: File Size: 1MB. From to , the U.S. Air Force’s Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory conducts a study on the role of the thyroid gland in acclimatizing humans to cold, using iodine The study involves administrations of I to test subjects, including 84 Alaska Natives, Eskimos, and 17 Indians.

      Based at Ladd Air Force Base in Fairbanks, which later became Fort Wainwright, the Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory was a group of about 60 . Get this from a library! The Biology of rodent tails: a study of form and function.. [Richard W Thorington; Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory (U.S.)].


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During the s, with the Cold War looming, military planners sought to know more about how to keep fighting forces fit and capable in the harsh Alaskan environment. Summary: In andthe US Air Force's former Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory conducted a study of the role of the thyroid in human acclimatization to cold.

This book evaluates the research, looking at both the possible health effects of Iodine administration in humans and the ethics of human subjects research. National Research Council (US) Committee on Evaluation of s Air Force Human Health Testing in Alaska Using Radioactive Iodine The Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory's Thyroid Function Study: A Radiological Risk and Ethical Analysis.

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Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory's Thyroid Function Study A Radiological Risk and Ethical Analysis National Academy Press. This note covers the following topics: Health Effects of I Administration in Humans and the Ethics of Human Subjects Research. During the s, with the Cold War looming, military planners sought to know more about how to keep fighting forces fit and capable in the harsh Alaskan environment.

In andthe U.S. Air Force's former Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory conducted a study of the role of the thyroid in human acclimatization to cold. Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory's thyroid function study: a radiological risk and ethical analysis, The Iodine, Medical ethics, Thyroid gland function tests, MEDICAL, Thyroid Gland, Acclimatization, Ethics, Medical, Human Experimentation, Iodine Isotopes, Thyroid Function Tests, sähkökirjat.

Thyroid Function in Health and Disease - The Arctic Aeromedical Laboratory's Thyroid Function Study: A Radiological Risk and Ethical Analysis - NCBI Bookshelf. The discussion that follows describes in technical terms the role and function of the thyroid gland in health and disease, and provides a brief description of racial differences that have been observed.

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Show details National Research Council (US) Committee on Evaluation of s Air Force Human Health Testing in Alaska Using Radioactive Iodine The study was funded by the United States Air Force.

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