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BMU - 2005 - 668 Thyroid Exposure in Belorussian and Ukrainian Children after the Chernobyl Accident and Resulting Risk of Thyroid Cancer (auf Englisch)

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Main objectives of the BfS Project StSch4240 Thyroid Exposure of Belarusian and Ukrainian Children due to the Chernobyl Accident and Resulting Thyroid Cancer Risk were:

  • to establish improved estimates of average thyroid dose for both genders and for each birth-year cohort of the period 1968 - 1985 in Ukrainian and Belarusian settlements, in which more than 10 measurements of the 131I activity in the human thyroid have been performed in May/June1986
  • to explore, whether this dosimetric database can be extended to neighboring settlements
  • to establish improved estimates of average thyroid dose for both genders and for each birth-year cohort of the period 1968 - 1985 in Ukrainian and Belarusian oblasts (regions) and larger cities
  • to document the thyroid cancer incidence for the period 1986 – 2001 in Ukraine and Belarus and describe morphological characteristics of the cancer cases
  • to assess the contribution of the baseline incidence to the total thyroid cancer incidence in the two countries and identify regional and temporal dependencies
  • to perform analyses of excess risks in settlements

Appendix:

Appendix 1: Post - Chernobyl Thyroid Cancer in Ukraine
(PDF-Dokument, 384 KB)
Appendix 2: Post - Chernobyl Thyroid Doses in Belarus Based on Measurements of the 131I Activity in the Human Thyroid and on the Semi – Empirical Model
(PDF-Dokument, 1.702 KB)
Appendix 3: Post - Chernobyl Thyroid Doses in Belarus Based on Measurements of the 131I Activity in the Human Thyroid and on a Factorisation Method
(PDF-Dokument, 542 KB)
Appendix 4: A Radioecological Model for Thyroid Dose Reconstruction of the Population of Belarus after the Chernobyl Accident
(PDF-Dokument, 346 KB)
Appendix 5: Spatial interpolation of settlement-average thyroid doses due to 131I after the Chernobyl accident: 1. Feasibility study with 137Cs deposition data in Belarus
(PDF-Dokument, 1.972 KB)
Appendix 6: Spatial interpolation of settlement-average thyroid doses due to 131I after the Chernobyl accident: 2. Joint modeling of the data in Belarus and Ukraine
(PDF-Dokument, 947 KB)
Appendix 7: Thyroid Cancer of Ukrainians having been Exposed as Children or Adolescents as a Result of the Chernobyl Acciden
(PDF-Dokument, 1.094 KB)
Appendix 8: Thyroid Cancer of Belarusians having been Exposed as Children or Adolescents as a Result of the Chernobyl Accident
(PDF-Dokument, 1.591 KB)
Appendix 9: Thyroid Cancer Incidence in Belarus after the Chernobyl Accident
(PDF-Dokument, 326 KB)
Appendix 10: Thyroid Cancer in Ukraine and Belarus after the Chernobyl Accident: Baseline and Total Incidence
(PDF-Dokument, 1.128 KB)
Appendix 11: Thyroid Cancer Excess Risks in Ukrainian and Belarusian Areas Affected by the Chernobyl Accident
(PDF-Dokument, 536 KB)

Stand: 01.11.2005