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Nuclear Facility Cancer Study Planned by D.C. Group; Women & Children Most at Risk for Cancer
Tuesday, December 10, 2013 - 01:44 From Press Release
You can participate by commenting on the methodology of this study, and by sharing any health-related personal experiences you have had living near these facilities. If you live in the DC area, please attend in person. (Seating is limited so reserve your seat ASAP.) You may also participate in the meeting remotely by calling in or viewing by WebEx. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-334-3066 to reserve your seat or participate remotely.
Women and children are more susceptible to radiation damage and NAS's Phase I report, which set the groundwork for Phase II, recognized that childhood leukemia is a sentinel cancer for radiation exposure -- a connection indicated by study results in both France and Germany.