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Friday, April 25, 2008

Free and confidential medical screening

Boston University School of Public Health offers free and confidential medical screening to former workers who worked at least a year of cumulative time at Sandia, CA or LLNL. They are hoping to add screening for former LBNL folks this summer. They offer beryllium tests, along with other things. them. They don’t work for DOE, DOL, or the Lab. They will not know who the folks are who come through BU’s program.

If you want any further information, please feel free to contact:

Elisa Rossetti, MPH
Program Manager
Energy Employees Medical Monitoring Program


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What, the workers that are laid off?

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