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Radioactivity in breast milk in central Italy in the aftermath of Chernobyl






Acta Paediatrica Scandinavica 76(3): 530-531

Radioactivity in breast milk in central Italy in the aftermath of Chernobyl

Concentrations of radioactive iodine, 131I, in human milk in the Lazio region of Italy during May to December 1986 ranged from 4.1 +or- 0.4 on 12 May to less than 0.5 Bq/litre on 14 occasions between 26 June and 10 December.

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PMID: 3604673



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