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Title:

A critical, comparative look at the health effects of Chernobyl

AuthorNIRS/WISE Ukraine; UNDP and UNICEF, 25 January 2002
Linkhttps://www.laka.org/docu/tijdschriften/nm/594.pdf
Date 1 October 2003
Page number6-8
MagazineNuclear Monitor, Washington DC, VS
Year 0
No594
Number of pages 3
Tags: BANDAZHEVSKY - Belarusian political prisoner t / m '05 (onderz.gezondh.)
CENSORSHIP - including (attempts) to conceal or alter information
HEALTH POPULATION - healtheffect on population of radioactivity
IAEA - International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna
INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES - see also: BVD, CIA, KGB, FSB, etc.
COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY - Atomic energy costs
LOW-LEVEL RADIATION -
LOBBY COMPANIES - General several companies
MUTATIONS - As a result of radiation
UKRAINE - country (part of Soviet Union till 1-9-1991)
RESEARCH INSTITUTEN - In the broad sense of the word
RUSSIA - country, successor of USSR and CIS
CHERNOBYL -DISASTER - accident (26-4-86) and effects in reactor 4
UNITED NATIONS - UN: incl UNCEAR.
WHO - World Health Organisation, United Nations
BELARUS - country (part of Soviet Union till 1-9-1991)

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