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News and Events

News

  • March 19, 2011
    Nuclear risk is just too great

    Letter-to-the-editor by Chesapeake PSR member Dr. Gwen Dubois.

    Source: Baltimore Sun
  • November 19, 2010
    Don't play politics with new START treaty

    PSR Executive Director Peter Wilk, MD writes on CNN.com that ratification of the New START Treaty can't wait any longer.

    Source: CNN
  • November 15, 2010
    Ratify New START

    As we make the final push for ratification of New START (Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty), PSR is pleased with the work of our network keeping up a steady drum beat on this vital issue. The Bangor Daily News, a major Maine paper, ran an editorial on November 15 supporting ratification of New START. They wrote, "Further delaying the treaty is bad for the United States and the world. The Senate should ratify it."

    Source: Bangor Daily News
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Events

  • September 24, 2012

    New York City, New York

    PSR Peace and Security Event

    Join PSR founder Dr. Vic Sidel for a Peace and Security event in New York City.

  • August 7, 2012 - August 21, 2012
    Medical Student Bike Tour in Japan

    Medical students from all over the world will take part in a bike tour this coming August as a prelude to the IPPNW World Congress in Hiroshima, Japan.

  • August 6, 2012 - August 10, 2012

    Baltimore, Maryland

    Baltimore Hiroshima-Nagasaki Commemorations

    For the 28th year, the Hiroshima-Nagasaki Commemoration Committee will remember the atomic bombings of Japan on August 6 & 9, 1945, which killed more than 200,000 people.

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