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The necessity of nurses' involvement in reforming chemical policy regulation in the United States

In this November, 2010, letter to the editor in the American Journal of Nursing, Maye Thompson, PhD, RN, Environmental Health Program Director at Oregon PSR, discusses the limitations of toxicity information available through Material Safety Data Sheets, and why nurses should be involved in strengthening chemical policy on a federal level.

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    2016 PSR Arizona Membership Dinner
    PSR Arizona's annual membership dinner, featuring special guest Susan Feathers, who will introduce her new novel "Threshold." Nov. 12 in Tucson.