Talk:Bernadine Healy

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9-11 Red Cross Response section[edit]

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Removed statement on Red Cross not responding to Pentagon crash (listed as a reason Healy received criticism), because although there were many other criticisms related to the American Red Cross and 9-11, this was not one of them. Sources: Washington Post archive

Portsmouth Daily Times (Google archive)


No Mention of Her Attempts At Privatising/Patenting DNA?[edit]

Her conflicts (Signs of Life ISBN 0-395-73530-0) with James.D.Watson were legendary, so much so that eventually Watson resigned from the NIH on the grounds that she was attempting to acquire the patents on DNA.Twobells (talk) 17:43, 26 July 2011 (UTC)