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Dr. Marion Moses

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Background Information

Employment History

Interactive Gaming Council

Director

Pesticide Education Center

Medical Director

National Farmworkers Health Association

Education

M.D.

Web References (197 Total References)


"Children are much more susceptible to ...

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"Children are much more susceptible to health effects of pesticides than adults," according to the president of the Pesticide Education Center in San Francisco, Dr. Marion Moses. "At the same level of exposure they will absorb more pesticides, because they have more skin surface for their size, and take in more breaths per minute. Children's ability to degrade pesticides in the liver and their immune system protections are not fully developed."

Dr. Moses specializes in both occupational and environmental medicine, and was formerly with the department of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
She also states that many lawn chemicals "are known or suspected to cause cancer, birth defects and infertility. They can also damage the brain and nervous system, lungs, kidneys, liver, endocrine and immune systems.
"Long-term (chronic) effects linked to pesticides," she went on, "include cancer, infertility, birth defects, Parkinson's disease, and damage to the brain and nervous system.
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Addressing that point, Dr. Moses writes, "Just because you do not get any symptoms from pesticides does not mean that you are not being exposed and are not at risk.
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The statements by Dr. Marion Moses were excerpted from a series of publications called "Consumer Pesticide Safety Series," which she authored.


"Children are much more susceptible to ...

wcpponline.org [cached]

"Children are much more susceptible to health effects of pesticides than adults," according to the president of the Pesticide Education Center in San Francisco, Dr. Marion Moses. "At the same level of exposure they will absorb more pesticides, because they have more skin surface for their size, and take in more breaths per minute. Children's ability to degrade pesticides in the liver and their immune system protections are not fully developed."

Dr. Moses specializes in both occupational and environmental medicine, and was formerly with the department of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
She also states that many lawn chemicals "are known or suspected to cause cancer, birth defects and infertility. They can also damage the brain and nervous system, lungs, kidneys, liver, endocrine and immune systems.
"Long-term (chronic) effects linked to pesticides," she went on, "include cancer, infertility, birth defects, Parkinson's disease, and damage to the brain and nervous system.
...
Addressing that point, Dr. Moses writes, "Just because you do not get any symptoms from pesticides does not mean that you are not being exposed and are not at risk.
...
The statements by Dr. Marion Moses were excerpted from a series of publications called "Consumer Pesticide Safety Series," which she authored.


HEALTH IMPACTS

www.zerowasteamerica.org [cached]

The Pesticide Education Center (PEC), founded by Dr. Marion Moses


Pesticide Information

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The Consumer Pesticide Safety Series is provided by Marion Moses, M.D. founder and director of the Pesticide Education Center.


Pesticide Education Center - About us

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The founder and president of the PEC, Dr. Marion Moses, is a physician specializing in occupational and environmental medicine with many years experience investigating and diagnosing pesticide-related illnesses.

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