16 Sep '18, 7am

@BrynTeilo @neiljmcevoy What about increased risk of breast cancer?

A study of cancer incidence downwind of the Trawsfynydd nuclear plant in Wales shows a doubling of risk, writes Chris Busby, mainly from breast cancer. People eating fish caught in Trawsfynydd Lake are also at elevated risk. It's yet more proof that the nuclear industry's favourite risk model is wrong, understating the actual dangers of internal radiation - ingested or inhaled - by a factor of 1,000 to 10,000.

Full article: https://theecologist.org/2015/jun/09/trawsfynydd-and-canc...

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