Blood Concentrations of Caesium-137 in People in the Far East and the Pacific Region

Abstract

CAESIUM-137, a fission product with a long half-life, is liable to be transmitted through the food chain to man when the environment is contaminated by radioactive fall-out. From the behaviour of caesium-137 concentrations in humans observed in several countries since 1959, it has been suggested that the concentrations in people vary with the current rates… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/2131152a0

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