History and Accomplishments
Board of Directors
U.S. REACTORS SHUT DOWN
The Radiation and Public Health Project
Geographic Variations in U.S. Thyroid Cancer Incidence and a Cluster Near Nuclear Reactors in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania
on November 29, 2009
EXCESS INFANT MORTALITY AFTER NUCLEAR PLANT STARTUP IN RURAL MISSISSIPPI
on September 15, 2009
A Short Latency Between Radiation Exposure From Nuclear Plants And Cancer In Young Children
on March 27, 2006
An Unexpected Rise in Strontium-90 in U.S. Deciduous Teeth in the 1990s.
on July 11, 2003
Elevated Childhood Cancer Incidence Proximate to U.S. Nuclear Power Plants.
on February 2, 2003
Infant Death and Childhood Cancer Reductions After Nuclear Plant Closing in the U.S.
on February 2, 2002
Strontium-90 in Deciduous Teeth as a Factor in Early Childhood Cancer
on September 27, 2000
Strontium-90 in Newborns and Childhood Disease
on August 4, 2000
Improvements in Local Infant Health After Nuclear Power Reactor Closing
on April 26, 2000
Strontium-90 in Baby Teeth as a Factor in Early Childhood Cancer
on March 30, 2000