President Bill Clinton then ordered federal agencies to open all records on human radiation experiments, and he appointed an Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments to review the matter.
What does ACHRE stand for?
ACHRE stands for Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments
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- Advisory Committee on Health Research
- Alabama Council on Human Relations (Auburn, Alabama)
- Albanian Center for Human Rights
- American Convention on Human Rights (Organization of American States)
- Ante Christum
- Asian Centre for Human Rights
- Asian Coalition for Housing Rights (Nepal)
- Acetylcholine Receptor, Muscle, Alpha Subunit
- Anoka County Housing and Redevelopment Authority (est. 1994; Minnesota)
- Acetylcholine Receptor Antibody
- Australian Centre for Human Rights Education (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology)
- Aftercooler Heat Rejection Factor (Caterpillar)
- Advanced Certified Hyperbarics Registered Nurse
- Alberta Consultative Health Research Network (Canada)
- Asian Coalition of Human Rights Organizations
- Association of Chief Human Resources Officers
- Amman Center for Human Rights Studies
- Academy Charter High School (Lake Como, NJ)
- Adams Central High School (Monroe, IN)
- Adams County Historical Society (Hastings, NE)
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The President's Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments wrote in a 1995 final report to President Clinton, "The grave injustice that the government did to the uranium miners, by failing to take action to control the hazard and by failing to warn the miners of the hazard, should not be compounded by unreasonable barriers to receiving the compensation the miners deserve for the wrongs and harms inflicted on them as they served their country.
The advisory committee on Human Radiation Experiments (Advisory Committee) was created by President Clinton on 15 January 1994, in response to mounting allegations of human rights abuses in government-sponsored radiation experiments conducted during the cold war.
] Final Report: Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments.
And in January 1994 President Clinton established a special Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments to examine radiation research conducted or sponsored by the government between 1944 and 30 May 1974, when the then Department of Health, Education and Welfare issued regulations governing research with human subjects.