Genetic studies at the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission– Radiation Effects Research Foundation: 1946–1997 (genetic effects of atomic bombsyradiation geneticsygenetic epidemiologyycritique of Dubrova reportyHiroshima and Nagasaki)

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It is difficult, some 52 years later, to recreate the intensity of the concern about the delayed effects of exposure to the atomic bombs, as well as other radiation exposures, that surfaced in the first few months after the bombings. It is not generally appreciated that the survival in Japan of so many persons receiving exposures to ionizing radiation up to… (More)

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