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English: Thyroid cancer Incidence in children and adolescents from Belarus after the Chernobyl accident. Yellow: Adults (19–34), blue: Adolescents (15–18), red: Children (0–14)
日本語: 1986年のチェルノブイリ原発事故後、隣国ベラルーシにおいて人口10万人あたり甲状腺がんと診断された患者数
Date 2011/4/7
Source Demidchik YE, Demidchik EP, Saenko VA, et al, 2007 Childhood thyroid cancer in Belarus. International Congress Series 1299: 32-38. , Cardis E, Howe G, Ron E, et al, 2006 Cancer consequences of the Chernobyl accident: 20 years on. J Radiol Prot 26: 127-140.
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