One of the first studies taking into account the place of residence at birth? Studies of atomic bomb survivors in Hiroshima and Nagasaki have shown that children are much more sensitive to radiation than adults, says Claudia Kuehni, head of the Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry Can – cer Registry. This is particularly true during the intrauterine development and the early years of life. For this reason,, we focus on the place of residence at birth? says epidemiologist from the University of Berne. This focus and the fact that we are all children in Switzerland in a longitudinal study, a unique feature of CANUPIS approach.

Geo-referenced data the population live within 5 km of a nuclear power plant , and 10 percent live within 15 km. In addition to the nu-clear power plants, there are four research reactors at the Universities of Lausanne and Basel, the Paul Scherrer Institute in Villigen, in Lucens and an interim storage in W? renlingen. CANUPIS The study is based on an analysis of the place of residence of all Swiss children. In the censuses the censuses in 1990 and data data of the Swiss National Cohort * based These geo-referenced data , it was possible to accurately calculate the distance from the home of the nearest nuclear power plant.This thesis Novel Tumor Suppressors genes Candidates in Experimental Endometrial Carcinoma – of Cytogenetic by molecular analysis of is successful on the 25th September 2009 to defend.

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South Africa Independent Online Thursday surveyed UNICEF pilot project for HIV prevention education for children in Burma in school are in school, will be strengthened. HIV prevention education is about a third of primary education and high schools to Myanmar and taught to coverage to rise, according Jason Rush, the UNICEF spokesman in the country.