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Jimmy Volmink, Dean of the Stellenbosch University FHMS
, said the HPCSA was 'out of line with what's happening in the rest of the world--this [private training] is an idea whose time has come.
He says FHMS researchers could discern no regional difference in cancer rates.
Researchers screened 4,365 children in these areas of north, central, and southern Japan respectively, using the same equipment, procedures, and methodology as the FHMS.
Cancer tests in the wake of the 1986 nuclear accident at Chernobyl do not serve as FHMS controls either, despite unscientific media comparisons.