Viewpoint: We should stop running away from radiation

Why Fukushima 'should not turn us against nuclear power'

More than 10,000 people have died in the Japanese tsunami and the survivors are cold and hungry. But the media concentrate on nuclear radiation from which no-one has died - and is unlikely to.

Nuclear radiation at very high levels is dangerous, but the scale of concern that it evokes is misplaced. Nuclear technology cures countless cancer patients every day - and a radiation dose given for radiotherapy in hospital is no different in principle to a ... Full Story »

Posted by David Agnew - via BBC News, Gianni D'Anna (t), Gian Antelles (t), Jason Samfield (t), Jaimey Perham (t), Sirajul Islam (t)

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Patricia Blochowiak
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by Patricia Blochowiak - Mar. 26, 2011

Picks and chooses which facts to include, then adds a few "facts" to support his opinion. Either he knows nothing about radiation and cancer, or he's well-paid.

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