Study Of Effect Of Fukushima Accident On Thyroid Cancer Incidence To Continue In Three Prefectures
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The Japanese Ministry of the Environment decided Aug. 15 that studies regarding the effect of the nuclear accident at the Tokyo Electric Power Company Facility in Fukushima on the health of children, particularly on the thyroid, will continue.
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