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


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.




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



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"Health Consequences of the Chernobyl Catastrophe. Strategy of Recovery"

International Conference
May 29 ľ June 3, 2006 Kyiv, Ukraine

How reliable are the dose estimates of UNSCEAR for populations contaminated by Chernobyl fallout? A comparison of results by physical reconstruction and biological dosimetry
Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake and Sebastian Pflugbeil.
Society for Radiation Protection, Berlin, Germany

Increase of malformations, perinatal mortality, and childhood morbidity after in utero exposure by Chernobyl fallout. Observations in Europe and Turkey
Inge Schmitz-Feuerhake, Wolfgang Hoffmann, Sebastian Pflugbeil.
University of Bremen Institute of Community Medicine, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt Universitat, Greifswald, Society for Radiological Protection Berlin; Germany

Perinatal mortality in Belarus and Ukraine before and after Chernobyl
Alfred Korblein.
Munich Environmental Institute, Munich, Germany

Malformation rates in Bavaria following the Chernobyl accident
Alfred Korblein.
Munich Environmental Institute Munich, Germany

Verification of the Chernobyl registry dosimetric data as a resource for efficient dosimetric support solution for post-Chernobyl health effects studies
Vadim Chumak.
Scientific Center for Radiation Medicine AMS Ukraine

Radioactive Contamination and the Health of Women and post-Chernobyl Children. Based on Comparative study of Chernobyl, Seveso and Hiroshima/Nagasaki
Reiko Watanuki, Yuko Yoshida and Kiyoko Futagami.
Chernobyl Health Survey and Healthcare for the Victims - Japan Womenĺs Network

Distributed System of Thyroid Gland Monitoring for Population Suffered from Chernobyl Accident
M.áKononov, S.áRadchenko, V.áRuditsa, O.áSudakov.
National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv Medical Radiophysics Department SII "Intermag"

Microsatellite mutations of the children of Chernobyl liquidators in Belarus
Katsumi Furitsu, Haruko Ryo, Hiroo Nakajima, Taisei Nomura, Klaudiya G. Yeliseeva.
Department of Radiation Biology and Medical Genetics, Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University, Japan.
Institute of Genetics and Cytology, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Republic of Belarus

Patterns of leukemias and lymphomas in children population and clean-up workers in post-Chernobyl period
D.F. Gluzman, N. Imamura, V.A. Nadgornaya, L.M. Sklyarenko, M.P. Zavelevich, S.V. Koval, V.M. Machilo, V.M. Drozdova.
R.E. Kavetsky Institute of Experimental Pathology, Oncology and Radiobiology, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine.
Japanese-Ukrainian Leukemia/Lymphoma Study Group (JULSG), Hiroshima, Japan

Hemoblastoses among liquidators of consequences of the Chernobyl accident and population in the most highly contaminated territories of Russia
V.K. Ivanov, A.F. Tsyb, S.E. Khait, A.I. Gorsky, M.A. Maksioutov, N.V. Schukina.
Medical Radiological Research Centre Russian Academy of Medical Sciences.
National Radiation and Epidemiological Registry.
WHO Collaborating Centre of Radiation Epidemiology

Incidence of malignant tumors in Republic of Belarus after the Chernobyl accident
A. Okeanov, E. Sosnovskaya.
International Sakharov Environmental University, Minsk.
Republican Research and Practical Center of Radiation Medicine and Human Ecology, Gomel


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