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Institutional preferences for justice in public health policy about the health consequences of iodine-131 nuclear weapons testing fallout (book chapter)
Tuler, S. 2007. Institutional preferences for justice, avoiding harm, and expertise in public health policy making about the health consequences of iodine-131 nuclear weapons testing fallout. In S. Quigley, A. Lowman, S. Wing (eds.) Ethics of research on health impacts of nuclear weapons activities in the United States. Report from the Collaborative Initiative for Research Ethics and Environmental Health (CIREEH). Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University.
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