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Twenty Years After The Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant Accident,, Dr. Elizabeth Vainrub, PhD (On April 26, 1986 Dr. Vainrub was Chairman of the Department of Prevention Medicine for Children at the Institute of Prevention Medicine in Kiev, Ukraine.)
   
Bard, D., Verger, P., and Hubert, P., Chernobyl, 10 Years After: Health Consequences. Epidemiologic reviews, 1997, 19(2), 187-204.
 
Weinberg, A.D., Kripalani, A., McCarthy, P.L., and Schull, W.J., Caring for suvivors of the Chernobyl disaster, JAMA, 1995, 274(5), 408-412.
 
Chernobyl, Ten Years on. Radiological and Health Impact. An Assessment by the NEA Committee on Radiation Protection and Public Health. November 1995, OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Chapter 5, Health Impact.

Currently joint studies are being conducted in the USA, Israel, Germany, Japan, and Italy. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) provide financial support for data collection. Thus, the number of reliable publications will increase. In addition, the Internet is one of the sources of information.

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