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So, we try to deliver that service to identify what are the potential exposures; what are the potential health effects. The difficulties for us, of course, is that this is sometimes not an easy task. I think of some other service agencies, say like the Post Office. For us, sometimes exposure is difficult to measure; health effects are sometimes difficult to ascertain.
We often deal with sites with many different chemicals with exposures that occurred decades ago, with chemicals that are not so well understood. We really look forward to that. Also, please recognize that we want to make sure that the guidance is not just theoretical, but actually is feasible and practical.
We want as much as possible to get the very best input and input that we can carry forward. We count on your wisdom and good advice and deliberations. We very much appreciate the time that you all have put into this and your willingness to be here. Want to thank the members of the public and others who are here today.
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Thank you. Tom Sinks: Thanks Henry. Welcome all of you. I believe we have members from the Department of Defense, from the public. We also understand there are a couple of people, at least, who represent the media who have ed up. Everything is going to be on the record.
We should keep that in mind.
This is a public meeting. Secondly, just to reemphasize something Henry said. The credibility of the work we do has a lot to do with our integrity. Our willingness to be open to listen to both compliments and criticisms. We have gotten a lot of public comments to us about why are we doing a certain study. Why have we limited that study? Are there opportunities to maybe do more?
I also want to emphasize that we will take seriously the recommendations of the panel and consider them in any next steps. I want to introduce Chris Stallard. Okay, he has a clock. We have a of members from our Office of Science, who have put this together, Drue Barrett. Stand up, Drue, in the. In the silk suit. Athena Gemella, who did the work along with Drue. Marie Murray. Marie, you can stand up. Marie is going to be our note keeper. She does a lot of these meetings for us.
She does an excellent job. David Williamson, your key player. I wanted to introduce him. Ken is. Sinks: Senior Investigator. Ken is a well known expert in epidemiology. He and I have interacted over a of issues over the years. Give you a very brief rundown of my background. Then turn it over to each of the panel members who will do likewise.
Again, my name is Ken Cantor. My particular expertise happens to be disinfection by products and arsenic, though I have done some work in these other areas. My specialty is epidemiologic methods, biostatistics, data analysis, perinatal epidemiology, and behavioral epidemiology.
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Christopher Stallard: Good morning, everyone. one is we will start on time and end on time. Sidebars, if you have something to discuss, we would prefer that you take it outside the room; that we do not interrupt the deliberations. One speaker at a time. As Tom said, this is being recorded. Ten minutes for the public comment period. The speakers will have ten minutes.
Interruptions and questions. Save your questions. There will be a question and answer period. The role of the facilitator, as I said, we cannot do this without your concurrence. Is there anything else that you would like to add to this? Or anything? Is that all right? The next most important thing restrooms. Restrooms are. We will work within the agenda as it is and be Adult wants sex tonight Camp Lejeune Central. Any questions? Any questions of the panel? Anything to add to the operating guidelines?
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