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Tags: IAEA× CHERNOBYL -DISASTER× LOW-LEVEL RADIATION×

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A critical, comparative look at the health effects of Chernobyl  NIRS/WISE Ukraine; UNDP and UNICEF, 25 January 2002 01-10-2003 NM BANDAZHEVSKY CENSORSHIP HEALTH POPULATION IAEA INTELLIGENCE AGENCIES COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY LOW-LEVEL RADIATION LOBBY COMPANIES MUTATIONS UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED NATIONS WHO BELARUS
Europe : 16 000 décès dus à Tchernobyl Caroline de Malet; Le Figaro 01-05-2006 GN EU / EC IAEA LOW-LEVEL RADIATION RESEARCH INSTITUTEN CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO
Quelques remarques sur le communiqué de presse et le rapport des experts OMS Bella Belbéoch 01-10-2005 SNSS BANDAZHEVSKY BLIX, HANS CESIUM ELBARADEI, MOHAMED HEALTH POPULATION IAEA IODIN LOW-LEVEL RADIATION MUTATIONS RESEARCH INSTITUTEN MEDIA RADIOACTIVE FOOD DISASTERPLANS RISK ANALYSE RADIATION MEASUREMENTS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO
Tchernobyl : manipulations, désinformation et répression Solange Fernex 01-04-2003 SORT BANDAZHEVSKY BELANGENVERSTRENGELING CENSORSHIP CESIUM EU / EC FRANCE IAEA LOW-LEVEL RADIATION RESEARCH INSTITUTEN LABOUR POLICY RADIOACTIVE FOOD RESEARCH INSTITUTES RADIATION MEASUREMENTS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER UNITED NATIONS WHO
The Decade of Despair David R.Marples 01-05-1996 BAS BODEM VERVUILING G7 / G8 HIROSHIMA IAEA LOW-LEVEL RADIATION UKRAINE RBMK RUSSIA RADIATION CONSEQUENCES CHERNOBYL CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS