The mission of the XLNT Foundation is to inform the public about the observed beneficial health effects of low-dose ionizing radiation, and to campaign for eliminating use of the linear no-threshold (LNT) model in order to enhance public health.
Our vision is a world in which the public, professionals, and governments are well informed about the observed beneficial effects of low-dose radiation and so utilize radiation without undue concerns based on the invalid LNT model. Our view is that discarding the LNT model would reduce the fear and concerns regarding low levels of radiation and facilitate a renaissance of radiation applications in health, energy, and other fields resulting in improved health, reduced energy costs, and sustainable economic development in developing countries.
How do we plan to achieve our mission and vision?
We take a multi-faceted approach to educating the public on the health effects of radiation
We welcome collaboration with like-minded individuals and organizations
We analyze the main reasons for the persistence of the LNT model and address them
We seek the co-operation and support of the public and the stakeholders who would benefit immensely from the discarding of the LNT model
We follow the best practices recommended by nonprofit advisory organizations