Suffolk: Whole town to get anti-radiation pills as part of N-plant safety plan
There are 1 comment on the East Anglian Daily Times story from Jan 7, 2013, titled Suffolk: Whole town to get anti-radiation pills as part of N-plant safety plan. In it, East Anglian Daily Times reports that:
THE entire population of a Suffolk town will be issued with "standby" supplies of anti-radiation pills if proposals put out to public consultation today are approved.
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#1 Jan 7, 2013
It's not antiradiation, it's iodine pills, to prevent the only demonstrated nuclear accident-related cancer, thyroid cancer.
And the fact they have not been handed out for 50 years it's just mind-boggling.
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