Environmental Health & Safety Council

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Ernst Wynder at the American Health Foundation (AHF) created a subsidiary, the Environmental Health and Safety Council (EHSC) in 1990 to research environmental chemical carcinogens. This program has a three parts:

- They want $25,000 from Kraft General Foods to become a member.
- Also $80,000 support for the employment of a nutritionist/spokesman and staff
- Also $75,000 (of $130,000 total budget) to help defray education costs. [2]


Ernst L. Wynder
Dietrich K Hoffman
Evarts A Graham
American Health Foundation
Naylor Dana Institute
Environ. Health & Safety Council
AHF (Doc Index)