4 edition of Der Petkau-Effekt und unsere strahlende Zukunft found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 203-213.
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Then, almost by chance, Petkau repeated the experiment with much weaker radiation and found that 0. If one adds together all age groups then about 100,000 cases of thyroid cancer have to be reckoned with in the Gomel region.
Flor-Henry attributes this to the use of projectiles containing uranium depleted Uranium, DUin both the Gulf and Bosnian wars, which released uranium-238-oxide dust into the air upon impact, allowing it to be inhaled. A critical assessment of the situation however, leads to the conclusion that the increases could be due to any of three factors:• A cohort of 700 persons was examined in the study.
Available studies estimated the number of fatalities amongst infants as a result of Chernobyl to be about 5000. These soldiers had, after all, been subject to enormous levels of traumatic stress but, unlike the Chernobyl liquidator, had not been treated as heroes in their homeland.
 This phenomenon raises questions for which there are no satisfactory answers. There has been a second increase in perinatal mortality in Belarus and in Ukraine since 1989. Large epidemiological studies are expensive and reference to necessary data requires access that is only possible with state assistance. No one wants to talk about this and we have no knowledge of accurate data on these abortions.
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If the risk evaluation takes multifactor hereditary diseases into consideration, then 1,200 to 8,300 cases of genetic damage in the first generation can be expected in the affected countries within the territory of the former USSR.  In 1986 an increase in cases of thyroid disease was also discovered in Berlin. For the group of orofacial cleft anomalies, they found an increase in the increased frequency of malformations in the years following Chernobyl 1987-1991 compared to previous 1984-1986.
Since the mean dose for Germany in 1986-7 was only 0. Continuing dramatic increase in thyroid carcinoma in Belarus. Many lost their jobs and were unable to find new ones, families split up because they could not tolerate being irradiated or ostracized because of their proximity to Chernobyl.
This makes independent scientific analysis of the effects of Chernobyl extremely difficult.
Yablokov, AV 2009 : Mortality after the Chernobyl Accident, in: Ann N Y Acad Sci,.
This calculation does not include cases of thyroid cancer among liquidators.