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29th July, 1994.
Professor Wheelock, recalled.
3 Cross-Examined by the defendants, continued.
4 MR. MORRIS: There are some documents today to be handed in.
The plaintiffs have the documents which I believe -- I do
5 not know if it has been handed to you yet?
6 MR. JUSTICE BELL: I have some here.
7 MR. MORRIS: There are three from us; one from the plaintiffs.
The plaintiffs' one is entitled Nutritional Implications
8 of a Meatless Diet. It was served on us this morning.
9 MR. JUSTICE BELL: I seem to have three which I think are
possibly from you. Cornell University.
MR. MORRIS: Yes, the Cornell University one is from
11 Mr. Campbell, who was the co-ordinator of the China survey
regarding breast cancer, if you remember, Mr. Wheelock
12 referred to, and he has written a signed statement for us
which, if it is helpful, could be considered as a Civil
13 Evidence Act statement. The second one was the survey
which, you remember, came up with the grazing in Peckham.
14 We were asked, if we were going to rely on the survey,
that we should have the author make a statement, which has
15 happened. She has also included a survey of similar
conclusions from Leeds, which she did. What was the third
17 MR. JUSTICE BELL: The third one is Mr. Cummings.
18 MR. MORRIS: Yes. You asked for a better copy.
19 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Yes, thank you very much.
20 MR. JUSTICE BELL: Where do you want me to put the first two?
21 MR. MORRIS: I do not know actually. Wherever you think is
MR. RAMPTON: May I say two things: The first is, if this is
23 the subject of a Civil Evidence Act notice, well and good;
that is the Cornell University one.
MR. JUSTICE BELL: I will write on the Post-it "add to
25 defendants' Civil Evidence Act". I will put that in under
nutrition somewhere. Yes. The Peckham survey, you are
26 hoping to call Ms. Winter, are you?
27 MR. MORRIS: If she is needed; if the court thinks she is
needed. She is prepared to testify.
MR. JUSTICE BELL: It does not so much matter whether I think
29 she is needed. If you want to rely upon the survey,
I would expect Mr. Rampton would say you ought to call
30 her, so that she can explain how it was carried out. We
can see what is admissible in it, what may be