Microwave Irradiation of the U.S. Embassy in Moscow: Review of Its History and Studies to Determine Whether Or Not Related Health Defects Were Experienced by Employees Assigned in the Period 1953-1977


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Seite 16 - Djseases of genito-urinary system Diseases of skin and subcutaneous tissue Diseases of musculoskeletal system and connective tissue Arthritis and rheumatism except rheumatic fever...
Seite 16 - Diseases of Pulmonary Circulation And Other Forms of Heart Disease Cerebrovascular Disease Other Diseases of Circulatory System Diseases of upper respiratory tract Other Diseases of Respiratory System Diseases of Oral Cavity Salivary Glands And Jaws Я A F.
Seite 11 - Maryland, sponsored by the School of Hygiene and Public Health of Johns Hopkins University and sup25 Hasp.
Seite 1 - The inconclusive findings of that internal survey led to a contract study performed by the George Washington University School of Medicine for the Department of State.
Seite 1 - Office to conduct an internal survey in 1965 of the medical records of 139 employees and 268 dependents assigned to the Moscow Embassy.
Seite 17 - Moscow group according to degree of exposure to microwaves, it was found that the rate was highest for those who had minimum exposure to microwaves.

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