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(Joseph Henry Press) Reviews what is known about human exposure to ionizing radiation. Examines four broad areas: physics and dosimetry, cancer statistics and epidemiology, genetics, and the psychological effects of radiation catastrophes. Halftone illustrations. For researchers and those interested in this subject.
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