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Elizabeth Whelan

  • We recommend that no one eat more than two tons of turkey — that's what it would take to poison someone.

    • Elizabeth Whelan,
    • on the levels of toxins and carcinogens in holiday meals, in U.S. News & World Report ()
  • The only way for me to think and, therefore, act productively, is to view the people I have encountered as local — far away perhaps, but nevertheless my neighbors.

    • Elizabeth Whelan,
    • in Iris ()

Elizabeth Whelan, U.S. physician, health official

(1943)

Elizabeth M. Whelan.