Countdown to Zero Film Premiere

July 13, 2010

Dear PSR member and supporter, Sixty five years ago, the twin nuclear explosions at Hiroshima and Nagasaki killed approximately 210,000 people, and left those who survived the blasts vulnerable to numerous chronic health effects, including the development of cancer. Please join us and our community partners at the Hiroshima Day commemoration rally at Livermore on…

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The “Burdens” of Hope and Peace

November 3, 2009

By Robert M. Gould, MD, President, SF Bay Area Chapter, Physicians for Social Responsibility The astonishing award of the Nobel Prize for Peace to Barack Obama is a welcome global affirmation of our President’s strongly stated commitments for new American leadership dedicated to breaking with the unilateralist and militarist agenda of the Bush-Cheney administration. President…

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SFPSR Steering Committee Member Dr. Thomas Newman Publishes Book Review In New England Journal Of Medicine

November 6, 2008

From New England Journal Of Medicine 10/23/2008 Issue Prescription for Survival: A Doctor’s Journey to End Nuclear Madness By Bernard Lown. 436 pp., illustrated. San Francisco, Berrett–Koehler, 2008. $35. ISBN 978-1-57675-482-5. In Prescription for Survival, Bernard Lown tells the remarkable story of how he and Eugene Chazov, cardiologists whose countries were on opposite sides of the Cold War, created and…

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Senator Feinstein Responds to SF PSR President Dr. Robert Gould’s Email Concerning the U.S.-India Nuclear Deal

September 29, 2008

Dear Dr. Gould: Thank you for writing about the U.S.-India nuclear energy agreement. I appreciate the time you took to write me. As you may know, India has agreed to separate its civilian and military nuclear program over the next eight years and take other steps in order to receive U.S. nuclear technology and fuel….

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