A Warning about Radioactive Air Pollution from Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station February 24, 2024

Dr. Brita Lundberg, Dr. Joe Hodgkin and Dr. Susan Racine, Greater Boston PSR | CommonWealth Beacon

These radionuclides are also damaging to humans. The radioactive elements known and suspected to be released from the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station are carcinogens known to cause lung cancer, bone cancer, thyroid cancer, and adult and childhood leukemia. Yet last November, the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission gave the company the green light to resume the forced evaporation of radioactive wastewater.

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