Department of Energy's Management of Health and Safety Issues at Its Gaseous Diffusion Plants in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, and Piketon, Ohio: Hearing Before the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Sixth Congress, Second Session, March 22, 2000
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Page 95 - LACK OF ACCESS TO OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CARE: A CORE PROBLEM FOR GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT WORKERS The first core problem in occupational health at the gaseous diffusion plants of the Department of Energy problem is the lack of access of former and current DOE workers to objective, expert, independent care in occupational medicine. When any of us develop a heart arrhythmia, a neurologic syndrome, or cancer, we fully expect to see a physician who will bestow upon us his or her candid, specific, expert...