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BEIR* VII Report (2006)


The BEIR* VII report (2006) concludes that
at the low doses, there is a linear doseresponse relationship between exposure
to ionizing radiation and the development
of solid cancers in humans.

It is unlikely that there is a threshold


below which cancers are not induced.
Sponsored by: U.S. Department of Defense,
U.S. Department of Energy,
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission,
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency,
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

*Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation

...
The main risk in working with Phosphate is
the risk from the dust itself.

The Uranium and its long lived daughters appear


as a component of Phosphate dust. All of the
Uranium in Phosphate is captured at the deeper
parts of the respiratory tract, specially in the
pulmonary region. The dose to a human inhaling
this natural Uranium dust, is therefore caused
mainly by the Uranium trapped in the lungs.
Occupational radiation risks in conveyance of Bulk
Phosphate and Potash,1996 ,
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