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  • Back from the Brink: A Call to Prevent Nuclear War

    PSR and a coalition of national and local organizations, faith-based groups, and local municipalities have all signed on to the "Back from the Brink" resolution, calling on the U.S. to renounce the option of using nuclear weapons first, ending the sole, unchecked authority of any president to launch a nuclear attack, and cancel plans to replace the nation's entire nuclear arsenal with enhanced weapons, among other proposals to help avert the danger of nuclear war.

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  • Conference on Natural Gas Infrastructure and Health

    January 30, 2018 in Boston

    Please join us for a discussion regarding the health impacts of natural gas infrastructure (NGI) and the role of public health officials in this topic. Co-sponsored by GBPSR. Learn more here.

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  • GBPSR Presents at 100% Renewable Energy Summit

    GBPSR's Dr. Tatjana Kobb presented at the recent "100% Renewable Energy Summit" on Martha's Vineyard. Organized by Vineyard Power and Environment Massachusetts Research & Policy Center, the summit focused on how the island can move to 100% renewable energy like solar and wind. Dr. Kobb discussed the health impacts of climate change as well as PSR's work on climate.

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  • Greater Boston PSR Speakers' Bureau

    GBPSR has established a "Speakers' Bureau" of members willing and able to go address community groups, schools, and others about these crucially important issues. See the list of available speakers here, and request a speaker here.

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Greater Boston PSR was one of the first chapters of PSR, an organization known as "the active conscience of the medical community."

For nearly 50 years, GBPSR has been working to prevent the use and proliferation of nuclear weapons, and address the health effects of militarism. We have become a national leader on environmental health issues, producing seminal reports, continuing medical education courses, and clinical tools. About GBPSR »

Ask the Researcher Forum is a valuable, interactive environmental health resource tool developed by the Boston University Superfund Research Program and Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility to help bring "research to real life" by allowing readers to pose questions and have them answered by four expert researchers involved in the BUSRP.

Environmental Contaminants Impact Bone Formation and the Immune System

Human skeletonRead Boston University School of Medicine MD/PhD Candidate Amelia Hass' From Research to Real Life series article, Make No Bones About It: Environmental Contaminants Impact Bone Formation and the Immune System, and find out more!

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