The study is the first to demonstrate that DNA damage caused by radiation is ‘not passed on to future children’
There is no “additional DNA damage” in children born to parents who were exposed to radiation from the Chernobyl explosion before they were conceived.
This is according to the first study to screen the genes of children whose parents were enlisted to help in the clean-up after the nuclear accident.
Participants, all conceived after the disaster and born between 1987 and 2002, had their…
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