University of South Carolina

Give Today!
A Ukrainian family examines its harvested crops.
A Ukrainian family examines its harvested crops.

Continued: Chernobyl

“Future studies are needed to help us understand the full spectrum of respiratory problems and other health consequences among children who have been – and continue to be – chronically exposed to cesium after the Chernobyl disaster,” Svendsen said.

Scientists from the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston and research centers in the Ukraine also collaborated on the Arnold School study.

By Office of Media Relations

Story Continues:  1  |  2  |  3  |  4PrintEmail
Posted: 05/31/10 @ 12:00 AM | Updated: 06/03/10 @ 12:21 PM | Permalink

Related Links

News

Features

Media Relations

USC Times