Yes, about 33% of the population, as is normal. But no cancer cases will appear as a result of the Fukushima nuclear power plants.As regards Fokushima we will know in 25 years how many more cancer cases will appear.
Poland is determined to implement nuclear energy program Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk said at a press conference on Thursday following a meeting on the subject with Minister of Economy Waldemar Pawlak and Minister of Regional Development Elzbieta Bienkowska.
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#41 Mar 15, 2012
#42 Mar 15, 2012
Actually, this is Japan. I think they have somewhat lower age-adjusted cancer mortality compared to the rest of the industrialized world.
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