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Lorrin W. Pang

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Maui News

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Maui News

100 Mahalani St

Wailuku, Hawaii,96793

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Consultant

World Health Organization


Affiliations

Department of Health

Maui County District Health Officer


Hawaii Public Health Association

Board Member


Water Supply

Board Member


U.S. Army Medical Corps

Member


Education

Punahou School


MD

Public Health

Toulane


Masters

Tropical Disease


Masters in Public Health Degree

Tulane


bachelor's degree

Chemistry

Princeton


degree

Chemistry

Princeton University


Web References(72 Total References)


Depleted Uranium - The Sierra Club

sierraclubhawaii.org [cached]

They noted that the same concerns were expressed by several professionals: Dr. Mike Reimer, a geologist and Dr. Marshall Blann, a consultant to Los Alamos National Laboratory (both from Kona), and Dr. Lorrin Pang from Maui, a former Army doctor who is a consultant to the World Health Organization.
In a March e-mail, Dr. Lorrin Pang, a WHO consultant, said "Those in charge of the [DU] assessment ... do not adequately address the ... form of the material, the routes of exposure, distribution in the body of non-soluble vs. soluble compounds, target organs, nor the variations in half-life and clearance from the body ..." He added, "... their own referral agencies and advisors on the topic were those whose science was so flawed that they missed diagnosing the existence of Gulf War syndrome ... the survey testing ... will miss all large remnants of Spotter rounds ... The survey lacks controls ... to evaluate the specificity and sensitivity of the tests as well as control sites to compare to background radiation levels ... The sampling scheme ... is very subjective and hard to interpret ..." Dr. Pang is a former Army doctor and has been listed in America's Best Doctors. He is also Director of Maui Department of Health, but speaks on DU as a private citizen. But an Army handout says, "DU present on Hawai`i's ranges does not pose an imminent or immediate threat to human health." "To evaluate conflicting views, we invited the Army to participate in a forum with Dr. Reimer and Dr. Pang," said Cory Harden of Sierra Club, Moku Loa Group, "but it appears it will be several months before the Army is prepared to back up its conclusions in a forum." "We urge the public to watch for the MRC meeting dates," said Harden, "then show up and insist that recommendations from Dr. Reimer and Dr. Pang be written into the Army DU license."


www.allhawaiinews.com

The study was the first of its kind to separate symptoms caused by cane burning from vog, said Dr. Lorrin Pang of the Maui Department of Health, a co-author.
Civil Beat.


mauitime.com

So I've seen two news stories this month basically reporting the same thing: Maui District Health Officer Dr. Lorrin Pang really wants to get down and do some solid research on how the cane burning conducted by Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar (a subsidiary of Alexander & Baldwin, Inc.) actually affects Maui residents' lungs, but he's [...]


www.mauiweekly.com

Maui District Health Officer Dr. Lorrin Pang, who shared the stage with Dr. Hayes, perceives the greatest threat lies in the unknown effects of a huge combination of factors and variables.


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www.hawaiiredcross.org [cached]

Lorrin Pang, M.D., Department of Health


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