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Iodine-131 thyroid burdens of European travelers returning to Boston after the Chernobyl accident



Iodine-131 thyroid burdens of European travelers returning to Boston after the Chernobyl accident



New England Journal of Medicine 315(26): 1679-1680




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PMID: 3785343

DOI: 10.1056/NEJM198612253152614


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