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British Radiobiology: Chernobyl caused 40,000 fatal cancer cases

British Radiobiology: Chernobyl caused 40,000 fatal cancer cases Consequences of the accident at the Ukrainian nuclear power plant Chernobyl studies have examined British Radiobiology Ian Fairlieho. The total number of people who have died or will die from cancer due to the accident, estimated at 40 000. Threats are people born after the accident.

The affected area by Ian Fairlieho significantly increased the number of diseases caused by a genetic disorder, such as leukemia, thyroid cancer, but also cardiovascular disorders and diabetes. The study estimates that the Chernobyl disaster still caused 6,000 cases of thyroid cancer and other causes 16,000 in the coming years.

The study also compared the two most serious nuclear accidents previous history, Chernobyl and Fukushima, introduces Ian Fairlie in Prague, on 5 April at the International Conference Nuclear Energy Conference 2016. "Ian Farlieho were invited to an international conference on the risks of nuclear power in Prague. We want to it under the impact of disasters in Chernobyl and Fukushima discuss whether today's reactors already correspond to the required level of safety and how much security problem reflected in the economics of nuclear power, "said Edvard Sequens, energy expert Calla.

Since nuclear power plant disaster in Chernobyl, Ukraine expires on April 26, expires thirty years.
In highly contaminated areas live according to a study today five million inhabitants of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.


Source: Ekolist.cz



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