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a city in north central Ukraine

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Problems with developmental stability in two rodent species from Chornobyl. Radioprotection-Colloques 37:859-864.
Talking to reporter, he said the remembrance of 30th anniversary of the Chornobyl Nuclear power plant accident in Ukraine on April 26, 1986 is a big incident in the history of the country and every year a number of programmes were arranged to salute the sacrifices of the victims.
Autoimmune thyroiditis and exposure to iodine 131 in the Ukrainian cohort study of thyroid cancer and other thyroid diseases after the Chornobyl accident: results from the first screening cycle (1998-2000).
Bobrov noted that Ukraine has a repository for highlevel radioactive waste at the Chornobyl site, which can be used temporarily for storage of the fuel waste, "but it is not intended for this in terms of capacity and design."
I-131 dose response for incident thyroid cancers in Ukraine related to the Chornobyl accident.
The 1986 explosion at the Chornobyl (Chernobyl in Russian) nuclear power plant, located in the Ukrainian SSR, and the Soviet Government's initial efforts to conceal the extent of the catastrophe from its own people and the world, were a watershed for many Ukrainians in exposing the severe problems of the Soviet system.
Weisman notes that chornobyl means "wormwood" in Ukrainian (ibid., 217).
The Finest Menu for a Mother-in-Law--Sanlu Milk and Chornobyl (1) Apples
Durback, World Information Transfer, Chornobyl, Misinformation and Ethics (Sept.
Radioactive foodstuffs from Belarus and Ukraine continue to show up in the markets of Moscow, and farmers on 375 properties in Wales, Scotland, and England still must grapple with restrictions due to radioactive contamination from Chornobyl.
vulgaris), is also called 'chornobyl.' Yes, the same 'chornobyl' as the name of the ill-fated city in north-central Ukraine where, on April 26, 1986, the worst nuclear accident in the world occurred.
Medical and mental health crisis seen among Ukraine's children of Chornobyl. Ukrainian Weekly, 49, 4.
His Russian wife divorced him partly because of their linguistic and cultural differences, and their daughter has been struck with thyroid cancer as a result of the Chornobyl nuclear meltdown.
But Ukraine contends it will need the energy generated from the two reactors in western Ukraine, at Khmelnitsky 2 and Rivne 4 (known as K2/R4), to compensate for shutting down Chornobyl, the site of the world's worst nuclear accident in 1986.
AMERICAN FORESTS is dedicating its plantings there as a memorial to victims of the Chornobyl disaster.