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A new IAEA categorization of radioactive sources 01-02-2003 EAN AMERICIUM CESIUM EU / EC HEALTH POPULATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IAEA IRIDIUM COBALT RADIUM STRONTIUM TECHNETIUM TRITIUM
Artze erzeugen die meiste künstliche Strahlenbelastung 09-04-1992 STRA GERMANY HEALTH POPULATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IAEA KRUMMEL, GERMANY NUCLEAR MEDICINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RADIOACTIVE FOOD RADIATION MEASUREMENTS RADIATION PERMISSABLE LEVELS CHERNOBYL -DISASTER BELARUS
Communiqué Conjoint sur le rapport officiel OMS/IAEA/UNDP 01-11-2005 GN CESIUM EU / EC HEALTH POPULATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IAEA COSTS NUCLEAR ENERGY DISCHARGES WATER MUTATIONS RADIOACTIVE FOOD GOVERNMENT SOCIAL ASPECTS STRONTIUM CHERNOBYL -DISASTER SPREADING (HOW) RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS UNITED NATIONS WHO
Extrait du dossier de M. Fernex : La catastrophe de Tchernobyl et la santé M. Fernex 01-02-2006 STG CENSORSHIP CONGRESS HEALTH POPULATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IAEA JURIDICIAL ERRORS MUTATIONS OPINION GENERAL REVIEWS COOPERATION CHERNOBYL -DISASTER LEGISLATION WHO BELARUS
IAEA blind to cancer pandemic Claussen, Dr. Angelika 01-12-2005 NUKW CENSORSHIP HISTORY OF NUCLEAR HEALTH POPULATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IAEA RESEARCH INSTITUTEN OPINION GENERAL CHERNOBYL -DISASTER WHO
Slighting the World's worst industrial catastrophe rebutted Bertell, Dr. Rosalie 01-12-2005 NUKW CONTAMINATION CENSORSHIP ECONOMY – GENERAL HEALTH POPULATION OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH IAEA UKRAINE RESEARCH INSTITUTEN RUSSIA CHERNOBYL -DISASTER EMPLOYMENT BELARUS