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"… l phones, it studies U.S. brain cancer incidence. The national council on radiation protection told the Center it hasn’t researched radio-frequency emission …"

"… nd OSHA don’t really have the staff anymore.” The national council on radiation protection, which researches and evaluates standards for Congress, was las …"

"… they tend to be mostly from industry.” The international commission on radiation and IEEE don’t conduct research into radio-frequency health effects but …"

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"… idents at nuclear weapons facilities, including some that caused avoidable radiation exposures. We also discovered that the penalties imposed by the government …"

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"… rs at the lab’s Plutonium Facility had been accidentally contaminated by radiation. The officials said Klotz told the safety board members that if safety la …"

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"… e White House he favors downsizing or abolishing the group, despite recent radiation and workplace safety problems that injured or endangered people at the sit …"

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"… lure” could expose individuals even 380 feet away to dangerous levels of radiation. No action was taken by the department in response, and earlier this mont …"

"… clear when contractors running the plant first became concerned that gamma radiation, which changes the molecular structure of wood cell walls, would significa …"

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"… on Pilot Plant in New Mexico, has been closed since February 2014 due to a radiation leak caused by a drum of nuclear waste that ruptured underground). At a S …"

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"… in Richmond, Kentucky. The contract gave Glocoms three days to outline its radiation safety plan and provide a list of radiographers qualified to X-ray project …"

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"… for ensuring that pathogens have been inactivated – either by chemicals, radiation, heat or filtration -- prior to their shipment via public channels, the GA …"

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"… lth workers who’d likely respond to a dirty bomb. Still others installed radiation detectors to prevent smuggling, or pledged money to other countries to hel …"

"… state’s booming oil and gas industry, the NRC decided in 2011 to put its radiation protection office into a remedial “heightened oversight” program. But …"

"… oor of this building they’d rented,” said Dale Patrick, manager of the radiation program at the North Dakota Department of Health, in a telephone interview …"

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"… in 2009 about working conditions there. Workers were “over-exposed” to radiation and arsenic and “working without respirators,” the complaint alleged. …"

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"… s attention paid to “hot” waste that arrives at landfills and sets off radiation alarms. An analysis by the Center for Public Integrity shows that states …"

"… posure to the waste, which can remain radioactive for millennia. Excessive radiation exposure can increase cancer risks; radon gas, for example, has been tied …"

"… workers and schoolchildren might have been exposed to dangerous levels of radiation.   Bill Kennedy, a radiation expert at the consulting firm Dade …"

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"… ssiles.” No consideration was given to the consequences of firestorms or radiation — only to blast effects. And no room was left in the plan for waiting fo …"

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"… drains the water away from the rods, a cataclysmic release of long-lasting radiation could force the extended evacuation of nearly 3.5 million people from terr …"

"… of New Jersey. It could also cause thousands of cancer deaths from excess radiation exposure, and as much as $700 billion dollars in costs to the national eco …"

"… pent fuel pools at Fukushima came so close to releasing massive amounts of radiation should be attention-grabbing, panel chairman Shepherd said. “This was a …"

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"… orth could fit in an empty 5-lb sack of flour and emit so little radiation it could be carried in a backpack with little hazard to the wearer. Physic …"

Dying depositions

By Jie Jenny Zou

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"… ive following diagnosis and simultaneously undergoing harsh therapies like radiation. Situations like Kordestani’s raise a thorny question: How much is too m …"

"… of pneumonia and shingles. He has undergone more than two dozen rounds of radiation and chemotherapy and uses an oxygen machine to breathe. Kordestani can be …"

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"… and factories around the globe, radioisotopes are also capable of causing radiation poisoning and sickness, making them a potential target for terrorists seek …"

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"… e February 2014, when a series of accidents led to its contamination and a radiation leak escaped into the environment. The plant plays a key role in the nati …"

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"… contains radioactive particles and limited evidence that people exposed to radiation had higher rates of mesothelioma. “It is amazing that no one has pout [ …"

"… unemployed and living with his in-laws. “I get that trying to say that radiation from tobacco smoke causes mesothelioma, that’s on the fringe,” he said …"

"… o a reasonable degree of scientific certainty, Ms. Collins' carcinogen and radiation dose from her exposure to tobacco smoke most likely did increase her risk …"

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"… am for former workers who developed illnesses that may have been caused by radiation or chemical exposures. The program, run by the U.S. Department of Labor, …"

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"… ;into India’s nuclear program that exposes villagers to deadly levels of radiation. The World Bank announced an action plan to reform the way it protects vu …"

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"… empting to smuggle low-grade uranium, capable of being used in a primitive radiation-dispersal device, from one of India’s state-owned mines across the borde …"

"… materials that could be used in explosives or “dirty bombs” laced with radiation, according to three current or former senior Obama administration official …"

"… nuclear reactor deliberately poisoned several others, subjecting them to a radiation dose 150 times that in a chest x-ray. A report completed in December 2009 …"

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"… others living downstream have persistently been exposed to high levels of radiation and suffered ill health as a result. The New Delhi-based National Hu …"

"… for comment on the scientific evidence that citizens were being exposed to radiation levels that in some cases greatly exceeded international standards. They …"

"… ded international standards. They declined comment on reported deaths and radiation levels. An official of the company said on condition of not being named, h …"

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"… fish and leaching into grassland nearby. He also said India had tolerated radiation levels at its nuclear facilities that exceeded limits set by international …"

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"… clothes, but if ingested cause 1,000 times more damage than other types of radiation. In some places, the levels were 160 percent higher than safe limits set b …"

"… exposed tens of thousands of workers and villagers to dangerous levels of radiation, heavy metals or other carcinogens, including arsenic, from polluted river …"

"… or the past 20 years. Doctors and health workers, as well as international radiation experts, say that nuclear chiefs have repeatedly suppressed or r …"

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"… bout a half-mile. They would sit inches from the cylinders, which gave off radiation, and had to stay in the truck until it was unloaded, a process that could …"

"… t eight other former guards developed prostate cancer, which they blame on radiation exposures at Portsmouth. Fifteen years ago, Congress created a compensatio …"

"… reconstruction — an attempt by federal health officials to estimate his radiation dose over time. The results of this exercise, overseen by the National Ins …"

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"… weighing a total of 5 grams as a lure. A special police squad checked for radiation in Salfati’s apartment and garage, but found nothing. Their detectors th …"

"… d like a tiny harpoon, containing a blackish powder. He used a snub-nosed radiation detector to take two readings, and then he consulted a dog-eared copy of a …"

"… about its whereabouts.” In November 2002, a senior Russian nuclear and radiation safety official, Yuri Vishnevskiy, affirmed that small quantities of nucle …"

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"… ken three days later, but only after the thieves were exposed to dangerous radiation. The United States may find it hard to meet the new pledge. Last year, th …"

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