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Posts Tagged with "“Long-term Local Cancer Reductions Following Nuclear Plant Shutdown”"

Sacramento cancer rate dropped after shutdown of Rancho Seco reactor – 4,319 cancer cases prevented

April 2, 2013

The first long-term study of the full-population health impacts of the closure of a U.S. nuclear reactor found 4,319 fewer cancers over 20 years, with declines in cancer incidence in 28 of 31 categories – 14 of them statistically significant – including notable drops in cancer for women, Hispanics and children. At the heart of the article is the Rancho Seco nuclear reactor project in Sacramento County.

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