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The Human cost of nuclear war / edited by Stephen Farrow and Alex Chown
Bib ID 2477361
Format BookBook
Description Cardiff : Medical Campaign Against Nuclear Weapons, 1983 
164 p. : ill., facsims. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 0950793515 (paperback)
Notes

Man. Effects of nuclear warfare. Medical aspects (BNB/PRECIS)

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Nuclear warfare.  |  War -- Medical aspects.  |  Nuclear weapons -- Physiological effect.  |  Nuclear warfare -- Psychological aspects.  |  Disaster medicine.
Other authors/contributors Farrow, Stephen  |  Chown, Alex  |  Medical Campaign Against Nuclear Weapons

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