This is a list of other resources that contain information about Hanford health
related activities, radioactive iodine (I-131) exposure, other projects looking
at I-131 exposure and thyroid disease.
American College of Preventive Medicine
This site includes a digitally recorded interactive case study designed to introduce the public health community to the link between nuclear testing production during the Cold War and thyroid cancer today. The recordings offer 2.5 hours of continuing medical education (CME) credit for physicians.
American Thyroid Association
A comprehensive set of resources and publications on the treatment of thyroid diseases for the public, patients, and health care professionals.
American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists
AACE is a professional medical organization devoted to the enhancement of the practice of clinical endocrinology. This site is recommended for healthcare providers, but also contains on-line AACE brochures for thyroid patients.
Thyroid Foundation of America
Resources for thyroid patients, such as new research findings, ongoing clinical research projects, new thyroid books, and information on other patient and physician thyroid organizations.
National Cancer Institute
Information and resources for those exposed to I-131 (a form of radioactive iodine) through fallout from above-ground nuclear testing in the 1950s and early 1960s.
Washington State Department of Health
This site offers a series of publications from the Hanford Health Information Network (HHIN) concerning possible health effects of exposure to radioactive materials, as well as a directory of organizations and other useful resources.
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