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Male Breast Cancer Incidence Among Atomic Bomb Survivors

Scientists Concerned About Future of Atomic Bomb Survivors Project

Epidemiological research on radiation-induced cancer in atomic bomb survivors

Frequency of p53 Mutations in Hepatocellular Carcinomas From Atomic Bomb Survivors

Cancer risk at low doses of ionizing radiation: artificial neural networks inference from atomic bomb survivors

Missing Doses in the Life Span Study of Japanese Atomic Bomb Survivors

Invited Commentary: Missing Doses in the Life Span Study of Japanese Atomic Bomb Survivors

Organ dose conversions from ESR measurements using tooth enamel of atomic bomb survivors

Solid Cancer Incidence in Atomic Bomb Survivors Exposed In Utero or as Young Children

Re: Solid Cancer Incidence in Atomic Bomb Survivors Exposed In Utero or as Young Children

Risk of cancer and non-cancer diseases in the atomic bomb survivors

Leukaemia following childhood radiation exposure in the Japanese atomic bomb survivors and in medically exposed groups

Longitudinal Trends of Total White Blood Cell and Differential White Blood Cell Counts of Atomic Bomb Survivors

Molecular basis of basal cell carcinogenesis in the atomic-bomb survivor population: p53 and PTCH gene alterations

Lung cancer susceptibility among atomic bomb survivors in relation to CA repeat number polymorphism of epidermal growth factor receptor gene and radiation dose

Gamma-ray and neutron dosimetry by EPR and AMS, using tooth enamel from atomic-bomb survivors: a mini review

Long-term epidemiological studies of atomic bomb survivors in Hiroshima and Nagasaki: study populations, dosimetry and summary of health effects

 

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The atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki had a combined death toll of more 200,000 including many thousand immediate deaths from burns, blast, and acute radiation exposure. During subsequent decades there has been a continuing toll of deaths from radiation-related leukemia, brain, thyroid, and bone cancer and other malignant diseases among the survivors.

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