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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
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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.