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September 16th, 2003

For greener planet, remove people; results may vary

Abstract:
Robert J. Bradbury: "This is my comment on Doug Parr's comments on Howard Lovy's web log: You may both want to be aware that Robert Freitas and Landes Bioscience will be releasing Nanomedicine Volume IIA very soon. It is devoted almost entirely to the topic of biocompatibility of nanotechnology. I have reviewed much of it and was also a reviewer for Nanomedicine Volume I. I would *seriously* doubt that anyone who has not read both of these volumes can comment authoritatively on the biosafety issues of nanotechnology."

Source:
Howard Lovy's NanoBot

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