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Chernobyl bibliography of books & reports 1986–2011 and follow-up on thyroid cancer & leukaemia

Richard F. Mould
Nowotwory. Journal of Oncology 2013;63(2):94-102.

open access

Vol 63, No 2 (2013)
Invited article
Published online: 2013-06-10

Abstract

This article follows an earlier Nowotwory review [1] which was published in 1999. The bibliography of selected books
and reports in the Chernobyl literature, which is not directly available on the Internet, is referenced in chronological
order and will provide a useful source on how the post-accident knowledge has progressed in the 25 years after April
1986. The causes of the accident are summarised as is the survival of the 203 persons who suff ered acute radiation
syndrome (ARS) at the time of the accident and bone marrow transplant results. Selected recent journal papers on
thyroid cancer, leukaemia and retrospective dosimetry techniques are also included.

Abstract

This article follows an earlier Nowotwory review [1] which was published in 1999. The bibliography of selected books
and reports in the Chernobyl literature, which is not directly available on the Internet, is referenced in chronological
order and will provide a useful source on how the post-accident knowledge has progressed in the 25 years after April
1986. The causes of the accident are summarised as is the survival of the 203 persons who suff ered acute radiation
syndrome (ARS) at the time of the accident and bone marrow transplant results. Selected recent journal papers on
thyroid cancer, leukaemia and retrospective dosimetry techniques are also included.
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Title

Chernobyl bibliography of books & reports 1986–2011 and follow-up on thyroid cancer & leukaemia

Journal

Nowotwory. Journal of Oncology

Issue

Vol 63, No 2 (2013)

Pages

94-102

Published online

2013-06-10

Bibliographic record

Nowotwory. Journal of Oncology 2013;63(2):94-102.

Authors

Richard F. Mould

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