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THE EFFECT OF EXPOSURE TO THE ATOMIC BOMBS ON PREGNANCY TERMINATION IN HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI By I. V. NEEL AND W. ). SCHULL DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN GENETICS UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN R. C. ANDERSON W. H. BORGES R. C. BREWER S. KITAMURA in collaboration with M. KODAN] D. I. MCDONALD N. E. MORTON M. SUZUKI K. TAKESHIMA ATOMIC BOMB CASUALTY COMMISSION HIROSHIMA, JAPAN Publication NO. 461 NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES-NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL WASHINGTON 2 5, D. C. 1956 W. J. WEDEMEYER J. W.WOOD S. W. WRIGHT I. N. YAMAZAKI ( ~E~ (1~ EXECuTlvE w~A 1 OFFICE All ~ LIBRlARy

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