Samuel Epstein, MD is an internationally recognized authority on avoidable causes of cancer. The author of more than twenty books and 270 peer-reviewed articles, he has served as president of the Society for Occupational and Environmental Health as well as the Rachel Carson Council, professor emeritus of environmental and occupational medicine at the University of Illinois School of Public Health, and chairman of the Cancer Prevention Coalition. He lives in Chicago, Illinois.
Beth Leibson is a freelance writer and editor for health-related publications. She is the author of I'm Too Young to Have Breast Cancer!, which tells the stories of sixteen women under forty facing diagnosis, treatment, and life after the disease. She holds a master's in public policy from Duke University and a master's of fine arts in creative writing from Emerson College. She lives with her children in New York City.
Gary Null, PhD, is an internationally renowned expert in the field of health and nutrition, the author of more than seventy books on healthy living, and the director of more than one hundred critically acclaimed full-feature documentaries. He is the host of The Gary Null Show, the country's longest-running nationally syndicated health radio talk show. He lives in New York City.
Dr. Samuel Epstein, one of our most insightful and authoritative voices on avoidable causes of cancer, has teamed up with health writer Beth Leibson to once again present persuasive and well-documented evidence on the hidden health risks of everyday consumer products. . . . As we sit back and witness food allergies, asthma, diabetes, weakened immune systems, and a host of other disorders and illnesses reach epidemic proportions in American children, Good Clean Food should be required reading for every parent and school teacher. --Gary Null, PhD, author of The Complete Encyclopedia of Natural Healing and host of The Gary Null Show