- Biological effects of asbestos: New York Academy of Sciences 1964Morris Greenberg
Am J Ind Med 43:543-52. 2003..Selikoff who had played an important role in the organization of the conference...
- Occupational health and safety proposals: 2004-10Morris Greenberg
Lancet 363:673-4. 2004
- Cape Asbestos, Barking, health and environment: 1928-1946Morris Greenberg
Extramural, United Kingdom
Am J Ind Med 43:109-19. 2003....
- The doctors and the dockersMorris Greenberg
Am J Ind Med 45:573-81. 2004....
- Loyalty of the asbestos worker: a brief historical noteMorris Greenberg
Am J Ind Med 45:475-7. 2004
- The art of perpetuating a public health hazardMorris Greenberg
J Occup Environ Med 47:137-44. 2005..RESULTS: The PR techniques that have been successfully used in the defense of chrysotile are reviewed, to forewarn scientists involved in formulating public health policy for similar agents, as to the tricks that will be played on them...
- A report on the health of asbestos, Quebec miners 1940Morris Greenberg
Am J Ind Med 48:230-7. 2005....
- The last Senior Medical Inspector of Factories and his place in the history of occupational healthMorris Greenberg
London NW117S4, UK
Am J Ind Med 49:54-9. 2006..As a result of a far-sighted senior civil servant, a remarkable Senior Medical Inspector was in post, ready and willing to assist in bringing about change...
- The International Commission on Occupational Health (ICOH) and its influence on international organizationsNicholas A Ashford
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
Int J Occup Environ Health 8:156-62. 2002..Official recognition of the ICOH compromises the credibility of the WHO and the ILO. It is inappropriate for the ICOH to continue to receive WHO and ILO recognition unless the ICOH is recognized as an industry organization...
- Estimating the number of asbestos-related cancer deaths in Great BritainMorris Greenberg
Ann Occup Hyg 50:107. 2006
- Revising the British Occupational Hygiene Society asbestos standard: 1968-1982Morris Greenberg
Am J Ind Med 49:577-604. 2006..Within months, stung by criticism from Dr. Irving J. Selikoff, industry required it to review the standard, which BOHS continued to do for a number of years before giving up...
- FIOH-sponsored newsletter misrepresents asbestos hazards in ZimbabweJohn C Bailar
The University of Chicago, IL, USA
Int J Occup Environ Health 12:254-8. 2006..Instead, FIOH should provide the same level of scientific information in Africa that it does in Finland and other developed countries...
- The British approach to asbestos standard setting: 1898-2000Morris Greenberg
Extramural, London, United Kingdom
Am J Ind Med 46:534-41. 2004..For a hundred years, a series of increasingly lower standards were set for asbestos in Britain: initially they purported to prevent asbestosis, and latterly to reduce asbestosis and malignancies to acceptable levels...
- Mineral fiber problems and their management: UK 1890-1935Morris Greenberg
74, North End Road, London, NW11 7SY, United Kingdom
Am J Ind Med 46:304-11. 2004..In 1890 however, man-made mineral fiber was recognized to present human health hazards; in 1912 experimental study confirmed asbestos to be fibrogenic, and by 1935 other mineral fibers came to notice as potential lung hazards...
- The defence of chrysotile, 1912-2007Morris Greenberg
Division of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Department of Health, UK
Int J Occup Environ Health 14:57-66. 2008....
- Comments on P. W. J. Bartrip's article "Irving John Selikoff and the strange case of the missing medical degrees" (Vol. 58, January 2003, 3-33)Morris Greenberg
J Hist Med Allied Sci 59:122-6; author reply 135-44. 2004
- Re: Extended follow-up of a cohort of British chemical workers exposed to formaldehydeMorris Greenberg
J Natl Cancer Inst 96:1037; author reply 1037-8. 2004
- Texaco and its consultantsJaime Breilh
Int J Occup Environ Health 11:217-20. 2005
- Commentary on effects of exposure to industry influence on ACOEMMorris Greenberg
Division of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Department of Health, United Kingdom
Int J Occup Environ Health 13:427. 2007..In this they have not been inhibited by a legal system that imperils authors who dare call a knave a knave...
- The "Helsinki Criteria" for attribution of lung cancer to asbestos exposure: how robust are the criteria?Morris Greenberg
Arch Pathol Lab Med 131:1630; author reply 1630. 2007
- On-site clinics are for employers, not workers. Medicine at the workplace is not synonymous with occupational healthMorris Greenberg
Int J Occup Environ Health 13:141. 2007
- Cancer risk in the semiconductor industry: a call for actionJohn C Bailar
Int J Occup Environ Health 8:163-8. 2002
- Re: Implementation of WHO Guidelines on Disclosure of Interest by members of WHO Expert PanelsOlav Axelson
Int J Occup Environ Health 8:271-3. 2002
- Three tears for EMASMorris Greenberg
Occup Med (Lond) 55:73-4. 2005
- A cluster of deaths by footwear, 1894-1900Morris Greenberg
J R Soc Med 97:360. 2004
- Reply to Frumkin, Am J Ind Med 42(6):526-528, 2002Morris Greenberg
Am J Ind Med 43:555-6. 2003