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Re: Chernobyl deaths (100 000 unnecessary abortions)

>In contrast, and according to IAEA (via Gunnar Walinder), more than >100000 
>unnecessary abortions were performed in Europe after the >Chernobyl 
>accident. I have no idea how they made this estimate but if >it is correct 
>we may ask who should be made responsible (I would vote >for the media and 
>some politicians).
The following reference has been sent to me by a member of the Swedish SSI:
"Biomedicine and Pharmacology 1991; Vol 45 no 6 sid 217-
Proceedings of the Symposium on the effects on pregnancy outcome in Europe 
following the Chernobyl accident."

Bjorn Cedervall   bcradsafers@hotmail.com

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