Pest Control Products – Epidemiology Studies

 

The Media Library On Epidemiology

 

 

 

Statistical Epidemiology
Is Junk Science & Fake News

 

Epidemiology is the statistical study of the incidence of disease in human populations.  Epidemiology CANNOT be relied upon alone, and must be backed-up with animal toxicity studies.  Epidemiology studies that identify potential associations must be confirmed with well-conducted animal toxicity studies that are specifically designed to elicit toxic effects over a series of dose levels.  These animal toxicity studies are assessed to determine if there is any biological basis for the potential associations noted in epidemiology studies.  The examination of animal toxicity studies from internationally-accepted guideline studies using doses well-above those to which humans are typically exposed, combined with exposure data obtained from well-designed studies, is currently a useful methodology available for assessing risks to human health.  Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency ( PMRA ) undertakes this kind of assessment to supplement information about potential associations that may be established by epidemiology studies.  This approach is consistent with that of other regulatory authorities that base human health risk assessments on animal toxicity studies.

The classic examples of properly applied statistical epidemiology are food poisoning incidents and the link between heavy smoking and lung cancer.  For decades, left-wing fanatжcal government officials have been disregarding the near-worthlessness of statistical epidemiology.

Nonetheless, left-wing fanatжcal government officials conveniently avoid the fact that epidemiology is merely statistical analysis.  Statistical epidemiology is NOT science, and does NOT provide biological or medical explanations for its purported results.  Statistical epidemiology is most useful when looking for high rates of rare disease in a population. Left-wing officials spread fake-news & junk statistical epidemiology for their own nefarious purposes.

Left-wing fanatжcal government officials have despicably exploited junk statistical epidemiology to justify the reckless & arbitrary prohibition against pest control products used in the urban landscape.  Just one example of the significance of the problem of junk statistical epidemiology is the legislation & imposition of Ontario’s Cosmetic Pesticides Ban Act.  As we all know, Ontario’s provincial prohibition has been responsible for destroying 100s of businesses and 1000s of professional jobs in the professional lawn care industry.    http://wp.me/P1jq40-238    Ontario’s prohibition, based upon junk epidemiology, led to catastrophic business & financial carnage, without providing any health, environmental or economic benefits whatsoever.    https://wp.me/P1jq40-43B   

Junk statistical epidemiology relies on secret data, and have been either poorly or even fraudulently conducted & reviewed, as exemplified in the literature review concocted by Ontario College of Family Physicians ( OCFP ).  Any competent literature review clearly demonstrates that pest control products are scientifically-safe, and WILL NOT cause harm to people, animals, or the environment.    http://wp.me/p1jq40-7HR   http://wp.me/P1jq40-2ha   http://wp.me/p1jq40-5ni    If a conventional pest control product actually caused cancer, it is fairly certain that this would be ascertained through the extensive testing procedures required before it is registered for use.  The idea that there is an epidemic of human cancer caused by synthetic industrial chemicals is NOT supported by either toxicology or statistical epidemiology.

OCFP is operated by discredited, radical, & scientifically ignorant mad-men pretending to be scientists, who are too lazy & too stupid to conduct a competent literature review.  Observers justifiably complain that OCFP spreads fake-news & junk statistical epidemiology that will unjustifiably harm our economy and standard of living for decades.  Not surprisingly, OCFP is a principal architect in the conspiracy to prohibit against pest control products used in the urban landscape.    http://wp.me/P1jq40-37C    In Ontario & elsewhere, left-wing fanatжcal government officials outrageously exploit junk statistical epidemiology as weapons of coercion and ultimate environmental terrжr in order to promote their pesticide-hating agendas.

Pest control products are scientifically-safe, and there is NO scientific basis for pesticide bans.  Statistical epidemiology is wrong, and nearly worthless for the assessment of pest control products.

 

 

 

The Library Of Reports & Blogs
By Force Of Nature

 

Force Of Nature — Epidemiology — 2013 05 28 — Exposure To Pesticides A Risk Factor For Parkinson’s — ACSH

Force Of Nature — Epidemiology — 2012 11 20 — Conflation Of Advocacy With Science — Dr Geoffrey C Kabat

Force Of Nature — Epidemiology — 2012 06 12 — Canadian Cancer Society Cherry-Picked Weak Studies — Holland — Part 1

Force Of Nature — Epidemiology — 2012 06 12 — Studies Are Often Wrong & Close To Being Worthless — Holland — Part 2

Force Of Nature — Epidemiology — 2011 08 19 — Pesticide Evaluations Need To Be Based On Facts — Holland

Force Of Nature — Epidemiology — 2010 03 00 — Lack Of Scientific Basis By Canadian Cancer Society — Holland

 

 

The Library Of References

 

2018

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 2018 02 20 — Steven J Milloy — JunkScience Petitions White House For Epidemiology Standards

 

 

2017

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 2017 04 04 — Dr Alex Berezow — Which Health Studies Are Reliable — ACSH

 

 

2012

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 2012 11 20 — Dr Geoffrey C Kabat — Conflation Of Advocacy With Science — Part 1

Reference — Epidemiology — 2012 11 20 — Dr Geoffrey C Kabat — Conflation Of Advocacy With Science — Part 2

Reference — Epidemiology — 2012 01 17 — Health Canada — Jason Flint — BC Special Committee — HIGHLIGHTED

Reference — Epidemiology — 2012 01 17 — Health Canada — Dr Lindsay Hanson — BC Special Committee — HIGHLIGHTED

Reference — Epidemiology — 2012 01 17 — Health Canada — Dr Connie Moase — BC Special Committee — HIGHLIGHTED

 

 

2011

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 2011 11 08 — Dr Keith R Solomon — BC Special Committee — Transcript — HIGHLIGHTED

Reference — Epidemiology — 2011 11 08 — Dr Keith R Solomon — BC Special Committee — Presentation

Reference — Epidemiology — 2011 10 06 — Health Canada — Dr Lindsay Hanson — BC Special Committee — Transcript — HIGHLIGHTED

Reference — Epidemiology — 2011 10 06 — Health Canada — Dr Lindsay Hanson — BC Special Committee — Presentation — HIGHLIGHTED

Reference — Epidemiology — 2011 02 09 — Dr Lorne Hepworth — Canadian Cancer Society — Terrace, BC

 

 

2009

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 2009 11 00 — John J Holland — A Brief Outline Of Real Science & Actual Fact — HIGHLIGHTED

Reference — Epidemiology — 2009 04 05 — John J Holland — Letter To Minister Day — 2,4-D — NAFTA — HIGHLIGHTED

 

 

2008

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 2008 11 12-13 — Lunatжcs At Canadian Cancer Society — Link Between Cancer & Pesticides — HIGHLIGHTED

Reference — Epidemiology — 2008 08 13 — Lunatжcs At Canadian Cancer Society — Exploring The Connection Meeting

Reference — Epidemiology — 2008 03 11 — Howard Mains — Quebec & Lack Of Scientific Evidence — Slide Show — Page 6 — HIGHLIGHTED

 

 

2007

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 2007 09 17 — Andreas Von Bubnoff — Numbers Can Lie — Vitamins, Hormones, Coffee

 

 

2004

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 2004 08 05 — Health Canada — Information Note Regarding Lunatжcs At Ont College Of Family Phys

Reference — Epidemiology — 2004 06 26 — Dr Frank N Dost — Study Fails Tests

Reference — Epidemiology — 2004 05 03 — Donald L Page — Comments On OCFP — 2.4-D Research Data — HIGHLIGHTED

 

 

2003

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 2003 05 24 — Sir Richard Doll — We Are Wasting Our Time Focusing On Pesticides — HIGHLIGHTED

 

 

1950

 

Reference — Epidemiology — 1950 09 30 — Sir Richard Doll — Smoking & Carcinoma Of The Lung

 

 

 

 

 

The Library Of References
Older Versions

 

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2012 11 20 — Dr. Geoffrey C. Kabat — Conflation Of Advocacy With Science — Part 1

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2012 11 20 — Dr. Geoffrey C. Kabat — Conflation Of Advocacy With Science — Part 2

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2012 01 17 — PMRA — Jason Flint — BC Special Committee — Pages 2 & 20 — HIGHLIGHTED

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2012 01 17 — PMRA — Dr. Connie Moase — BC Special Committee — Pages 2 & 7 — HIGHLIGHTED

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2011 11 08 — Dr. Keith R. Solomon — BC Special Committee — Transcript

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2011 11 08 — Dr. Keith R. Solomon — BC Special Committee — Presentation

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2011 02 09 — Dr. Lorne Hepworth — Canadian Cancer Society — Terrace, BC

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2009 11 00 — John J. Holland — Real Science and Actual Fact

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2009 04 05 — John J. Holland — Letter to Minister Day — 2,4-D — NAFTA

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2007 09 17 — Andreas Von Bubnoff — Numbers Can Lie — Vitamins, Hormones, Coffee

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2004 08 05 — PMRA — Pest Management Regulatory Agency Information Note

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2004 06 26 — Dr. Frank N. Dost — Study Fails Tests

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 2003 05 24 — Sir Richard Doll — Pesticide Panic Zaps The Facts

Reference — Epidemiology Studies — 1950 09 30 — Sir Richard Doll — Smoking And Carcinoma Of The Lung

 

 

The Library Of Reports
In Pesticide Truths

 

 

EPIDEMIOLOGY -- CONFLATION OF ADVOCACY WITH SCIENCE -- DR GEOFFREY C KABAT ( Report )

Precautionary Principle – Pesticides & Cancer – Conflation Of Advocacy With Science – How Activism Distorts The Assessment Of Health Risks – False Positives In Epidemiology – International Agency For Research On Cancer – Geoffrey C. Kabat – 2012 11 20

EPIDEMIOLOGY -- SIR RICHARD DOLL DID NOT SUPPORT A BAN ON PESTICIDES ( Report )

http://pesticidetruths.com/2011/03/15/dalton-mcguinty-moe-cancer-society-competent-medical-advisor-to-ban-cosmetic-pesticides-in-ontario-but-real-pesticide-expert-dr-ritter-needed-to-assess-245-t-usage/

 

 

 

 

 

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