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UN General Assembly in December 2003 supported the decision to declare April, 26 the International Memory Day of Radiation Accidents and Catastrophes Victims. Chernobyl catastrophe should become the reminder regarding the
need to consolidate efforts in building a secure
future of the mankind
     

OUR JOURNAL

The purposes of the program of the International Journal of Radiation Medicine are the spreading of scientific knowledge and information about the ionising radiation impact on public health.

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SCIENTIFIC WORKS

In this section we represent the proceedings and books consecrate of radiation accidents and catastrophes.

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SCIENTIFIC WORKS

BOOKS

 

Angelina I. Nyagu, Konstantin N. Loganovsky,
NEUROPSYCHIATRIC EFFECTS OF IONISING RADIATION
 
     

ARTICLES AND REPORTS

   

Chernobyl: An Unbelievable Failure to Help by Dr. Rosalie Bertell, Ph.D., GNSH

   

Chernobyl a Global Issue. Lessons Learned and Future Action by Hiroshi Nakadjima, MD, PhD. Director General WHO Emeritus

   

BfS-Workshop on Chernobyl Health Consequences, 9-10 Nov 2006

   

Effects of Prenatal Irradiation on the Brain as a Result of the Chernobyl Catastrophe (Ukraine Study) by Professor Angelina I. Nyagu

   

Health of Survivors in Ukraine in 20-Years Dynamics After the Chernobyl Catastrophe by Professor Dr. Angelina I. Nyagu

   

In Utero Exposure to Chernobyl Accident Radiation and the Health Risk Assessment

   

On May 11, 2006, suddenly passed away the founder and the first leader of the All-Russian Centre of Emergency and Radiation Medicine, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Alexey Mikhailovich Nikiforov

   

Risk Assessment of Radiation-Induced Stomach Cancer in Population of Belarus by M.V.Malko

 

 

Risk Assessment of Radiation-Induced Thyroid Cancer in Population of Belarus by M.V.Malko

   

Comparison of the Efficiency of the Recuperation of Children of the Chernobyl Districts of Belarus in the in the National Sanatoria and Abroad by V.B. Nesterenko, A.N. Devoino, I.E. Nesterenko, V.I. Babenko, A.V. Nesterenko

   

On August 25, 2008 there died Vasily Borisovich Nesterenko the world known scientist, prominent specialist in the field of nuclear power energy, nuclear and radiation safety, corresponding member of the national Academy of Sciences of Belarus

 

 

Assessment of Chernobyl Malignant Neoplasms in European Countries

   

Perinatal mortality in contaminated regions of Ukraine after the Chernobyl accident

   
   

 

     
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