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How dangerous is low-level radiation for kids?

Wednesday 27 May 20 12:00pm

Far more children are now believed to have died as a result of the Chernobyl accident than at first thought. Image: By Micha³ Lis on Unsplash

 

A RETHINK on the risks of low-level radiation would imperil the nuclear industry’s future − perhaps why there’s never been one.

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