doses, the issue continues to cause considerable confusion among the atomic veterans, which the committee hopes to alleviate.
Some of the concerns expressed by the atomic veterans are beyond the scope of this study, but the committee has endeavored to answer as many of them as possible in the report and appreciates the veterans’ willingness to express their concerns to us throughout the project.
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A Review of the Dose Reconstruction Program of the Defense Threat Reduction Agency.
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