10 Years After Fukushima: UN Finds No Elevated Levels of Cancer Among Those Exposed To Radiation; Greenpeace Disagrees

Published Mar 11, 2021

10 Years After Fukushima: UN Finds No Elevated Levels of Cancer Among Those Exposed To Radiation; Greenpeace Disagrees

It was the nuclear disaster that shocked the world, but a decade later, the human and environmental consequences appear far less than was feared.

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