Dr Hazel Lynn on the Health Canada study: leaving people out makes no sense

Hazel Lynn
Janice MacKay, Blackburn News, November 10, 2014
The Chief Medical Officer of Health for Grey-Bruce has concerns about the Health Canada wind turbine study.
Dr. Hazel Lynn says, for one thing, the study did not include people who moved away from wind turbines.
She says, “when you look at some of the surveys that have the most specific information it’s the people who are so distressed they have to move away that actually are the most sensitive to these things. So to exclude them from a study doesn’t really make sense to me.
Lynn says a more conclusive study would look at the health of a population in an area where turbines are planned, before the wind farm goes into operation, and after the turbines start to turn.
Lynn says like tobacco, it may take many years to prove turbines cause illness.
Dr. Hazel Lynn says it also studied people who lived at 600 or more metres from turbines, when the turbine setback in Ontario is 500 metres.
 The Health Canada study did not link turbines to health problems, but also said that the results don’t permit causality conclusions.
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  • Mal Kay in London, Ont.
    Posted November 11, 2014 8:41 pm 0Likes

    Well done, Dr. Hazel Lynn! At last, someone with brains and fortitude who is not afraid to speak the TRUTH. Truth. Remember when that was the standard? This lady has more smarts and guts than all the Ontario Liberal MPPs combined. Are the Ontario Conservatives in the market for a real leader? Not far to look.

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