Forensic epidemiology suggests nuclear discharges are to blame for cancers and infant deaths
Infant and Perinatal Mortality and Stillbirths near Hinkley Point Nuclear Power Station in Somerset,1993-2005 (Green Audit July 2007) is an exercise in forensic epidemiology. Using official data, it concludes that releases of radioactivity from Hinkley Point nuclear power station are likely to be the cause of anomalies in rates of cancer, infant mortality, perinatal mortality and stillbirths along the coast of Somerset.
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