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RECYCLING DEATH - DISEASE - CANCER
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83.   RNA, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia,
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84.   Robert Bastian
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85.   CAROLINE SNYDER, PHD, The Dirty Work of Promoting "Recycling" of America' Sewage Sludge, INT J OCCUP
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86.   Ken Arnold and Robert Magai, WQ427, Safety and Benefits of Biosolids, University of Missouri, 1996,
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87.   Part 257 Solid waste rules. EPA, 1979 final,
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88.   John Stauber and Sheldon Rampton, Chapter 8, Toxic Sludge is Good for You! -- Lies Damn Lies and the Public
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89.   Jim Bynum, Gail Bynum, Deadly Deceit, Chaper 2,
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90.   J.W. Buck, More People Are Getting Sick From Eating Fresh Fruits, 2003, American Phytopathological Society,
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91.   National Sludge Alliance Fact Sheet #131,  FARMS AND PUBLIC HEALTH DESTROYED --- FOR REMOVAL
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92.   Jim Bynum, Sludge Disposal: Sanitary Landfill-Open Dump-Superfund Site? Journal of Proceedings of the New
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93.   Jim Bynum and Gail Bynum, Deadly Deceit, Chapter 9,
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94.   Jim Bynum and Gail Bynum, Deadly Deceit, Chapter 5,  
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95    Ellen Z. Harrison, Murray B. McBride, and David.R. Bouldin,  The Case for Caution, Cornell University,
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96.   A Guide to the Biosolids Risk Assessment for the EPA Part 503 Rule, Chapter 6, EPA/832-B-93-005, September
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97.   A few TOXIC SUBSTANCES KNOWN TO CAUSE DEATH, DISEASE, CANCER, PHYSICAL AND MENTAL
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98.  Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR),
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99.   CANCER CAUSING AGENTS IN CLASS A & B SLUDGE CARCINOGENS,
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100. EPA's PUBLIC RELATIONS CAMPAIGN  
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