Nuclear Free Future: The Gender and Radiation Impact Project

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Mary Olson, Director of the Southeast Office of the Nuclear Information and Resource Service, offers her insight into the greater danger faced by women and girls exposed to ionizing nuclear radiation. In this second Nuclear Free Future Conversation with host Margaret Harrington, Ms. Olson introduces The Gender and Radiation Impact Project.

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