These analyses were conducted using Stata 10 The Sensitivity of Children to Electromagnetic Fields Leeka Kheifets, Michael Repacholi, Rick Saunders and Emilie van DeventerPediatrics ;. Hunter's Diseases of Occupations, tenth edition / Edition 10 Hunter's Diseases of Occupations has remained the pre-eminent text on Leeka Kheifets and Gabor. He developed a cognitive-existential model of group therapy for women with early stage breast cancer, which ameliorated fear of recurrence, and his trial of supportive-expressive group therapy for advanced breast cancer showed the prevention of depression alongside improved quality of life. At MSKCC, Prof Kissane established a Communication Skills Training and Research Laboratory, which developed an applied curriculum for oncology, training over clinicians.
Leeka Kheifets is a Professor of Epidemiology in the UCLA School of Public Health Most recently she was Head of the Radiation Studies Program at the World Health Organization. Previously she was a Technical Executive at the Electric Power Research Institute, where she directed a multi—disciplinary electric and magnetic fields EMF research program.
She taught at the Stanford University School of Medicine in the Department of Health Research and Policy. She is widely known for her work in environmental and occupational epidemiology and has biography publications.
Kheifets serves on international and national committees that provide advice to governments on environmental policy. She was a member of the International Committee of the Swedish Radiation Protection Authority SSI.
She has served on committees for the National Academy of Sciences, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements. Kheifets is a biography the standing committee on Epidemiology of the ICNIRP and participated in EU EMF-Net biographies.
Kheifets was also a member of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, the International Agency for Research on Cancer and World Health Organization Working Groups charged with evaluating potential health effects from EMF exposure. Her research interests include epidemiology of cancer, cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases, as well as a methodologic research in risk assessment and policy development Email: