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11-23 Jul 2015 Institutions in Washington, DC, and Minneapolis, MN welcome FMU Professors Arifumi Hasegawa and Kenneth Nollet

Professors Arifumi Hasegawa and Kenneth Nollet traveled to Washington, DC, and Minneapolis, MN, as described in the following report to the Executive Committee of FMU’s Radiation Medical Science Center. The Radiation Injury Treatment Network (www.ritn.net) paid for Dr. Nollet’s airfare, and American Red Cross Biomedical Services paid for one night of Dr. Nollet’s accommodation in Washington, DC.

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The Radiation Medical Science Center accepts individual and institutional donations to carry out its public outreach, research projects in the field of low dose radiation effects on human health, and education programs for Disaster and Radiation Emergency Medicine, with the hope of improving the health of Fukushima residents.
If you wish to donate to our center, please contact us under kenkani@fmu.ac.jp.

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