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Chernobyl Catastrophe: Consequences on Human Health

Published April 18, 2006

This Greenpeace report claims that the costs of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster surpass economic analysis and have been underestimated in human and environmental terms. It discusses in detail the multiple health effects of the disaster in Ukraine, Belarus and Russia with a shorter description of effects elsewhere in Europe. It concludes that "the worst effects that are still to come".

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