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    低線量の被ばくでも発がん 米科学アカデミー国際調査で結論済み 



    低線量の被ばくでも発がん 米科学アカデミー国際調査で結論

     【ワシントン30日共同】放射線被ばくは低線量でも発がんリスクがあり、職業上の被ばく線量限度である5年間で100ミリシーベルトの被ばくでも約1%の人が放射線に起因するがんになるとの報告書を、米科学アカデミーが世界の最新データを基に30日までにまとめた。報告書は「被ばくには、これ以下なら安全」と言える量はないと指摘。国際がん研究機関などが日本を含む15カ国の原発作業員を対象にした調査でも、線量限度以内の低線量被ばくで、がん死の危険が高まることが判明した。  低線量被ばくの人体への影響をめぐっては「一定量までなら害はない」との主張や「ごく低線量の被ばくは免疫を強め、健康のためになる」との説もあった。報告書はこれらの説を否定、低線量でも発がんリスクはあると結論づけた。
    2005/06/30 12:03 【共同通信】

    About the NAS(米科学アカデミー)

    The National Academy of Sciences (NAS) is an honorific society of distinguished scholars engaged in scientific and engineering research, dedicated to the furtherance of science and technology and to their use for the general welfare.

    The NAS was established by an Act of Congress that was signed by President Abraham Lincoln on March 3, 1863, at the height of the Civil War, which calls upon the NAS to "investigate, examine, experiment, and report upon any subject of science or art" whenever called upon to do so by any department of the government. Scientific issues would become more complex in the years following the war, and to expand the expertise available to it in its advisory service to the government, the NAS created the National Research Council under its charter in 1916. To keep pace with the growing roles that science and technology would play in public life, the National Academy of Engineering was established under the NAS charter in 1964, and the Institute of Medicine followed in 1970.

    Since 1863, the nation's leaders have turned to these non-profit organizations for advice on the scientific and technological issues that frequently pervade policy decisions. Most of the institution's science policy and technical work is conducted by its operating arm, the National Research Council (NRC), which was created expressly for this purpose and which provides a public service by working outside the framework of government to ensure independent advice on matters of science, technology, and medicine. The NRC enlists committees of the nation's top scientists, engineers, and other experts, all of whom volunteer their time to study specific concerns. The results of their deliberations have inspired some of America's most significant and lasting efforts to improve the health, education, and welfare of the population. The Academy's service to government has become so essential that Congress and the White House have issued legislation and executive orders over the years that reaffirm its unique role.

    The Academy membership is composed of approximately 2,100 members and 380 foreign associates, of whom nearly 200 have won Nobel Prizes. Members and foreign associates of the Academy are elected in recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research; election to the Academy is considered one of the highest honors that can be accorded a scientist or engineer. The Academy is governed by a Council consisting of twelve members (councilors) and five officers, elected from among the Academy membership. Dr. Ralph J. Cicerone is the president of the National Academy of Sciences.

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