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Thursday, June 7, 2007

National Radio Show Features Ohio Network Live Tomorrow June 8

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

From: THE OHIO NETWORK FOR THE CHEMICALLY INJURED:

Note: We've just been confirmed to do a follow-up to our May 25th show tomorrow. It will air live on Friday, June 8, 11 a.m. EST (8 a.m. Pacific time). If you cannot tune in at that time, it will be available on the web (see below for instructions) soon, for about a month. For further information contact Carrie Crane at (440) 845-1888

RADIO SHOW DISCUSSES NEW TECHNOLOGY

TO IDENTIFY TOXINS IN YOUR ENVIRONMENT

Cleveland, OH: The “Detect and Protect” project was featured on the national radio show “Your Health Matters,” Dr. Gloria Gilbere’s weekly program that provides “health information you can use.” Her May 25th broadcast addresses how to be your own detective with the use of new technology.

The University of N. Carolina at Asheville, Environmental Quality Institute (EQI); the Ohio Network for the Chemically Injured (ONFCI); and Thermo-Scientific, manufacturer of the NITON x-ray fluorescence analyzer, have joined together to create an educational project that will provide low cost metal/element testing most people could not otherwise afford, while creating data to understand the link between the existence of metals in various media and health problems.

You can listen to a live recording for up to a month after the broadcast by visiting www.healthylife.net and clicking “archives” at the top of the page. Then click on Dr. Gloria Gilbere (Your Health Matters) and scroll down and click on the date 5/25/07.

This is a great opportunity to learn which of the 26 metals/elements may be harming your health, even if you don’t know which ones they are. To learn how to be a participant in this educational study or for additional information about FREE TESTING at ONFCI’s community event to be held on August 11, 2007, visit ONFCI’s website at: www.ohionetwork.org or phone (440) 845-1888.

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