The Medical Effects of the Nagasaki Atomic Bombing
 An atomic bomb exploded over the Urakami district of Nagasaki at 11:02 a. m., August 9, 1945.A half a century has passed since that second nuclear calamity in human history, but the end of the nuclear age remains stubbornly out of sight. On the occasion of the 65th anniversary of the atomic bombing, the Scientific Data Center for the Atomic Bomb Disaster reorganized the information on the medical effects of the atomic bombing-particularly the late effects of exposure to radiation-assiduously compiled by researchers since the restoration of the former Nagasaki Medical College. The information presented here was chosen to give visitors a brief but comprehensive introduction into the effects of nuclear weapons.
 We hope that you will grasp the impact of the atomic bomb on the human body and that you will join us in striving to ensure that Nagasaki is the last place on earth to suffer the effects of a nuclear explosion.
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The Effects of the Nagasaki Atomic Bombing on the Human Body  
  Acute phase    
  Rate of deaths due to the atomic bomb      
  Frequency of acute symptoms        
  Bone marrow        
  Early phase of late effects Late atomic bomb effects    
  Keloid Leukemia    
  Atomic bomb cataract Thyroid cancer    
  Chromosomal aberrations Breast cancer    
  Microcephaly Stomach cancer    
    Excess relative risk of malignant tumors by site    
    Multiple primary cancers    
    Mental effects    
  Physical aspect      
  Physical damages Physical effects    
  Map of Damage Blast wind    
    Heat rays    
  Atomic bomb survivor database    
  Estimation of radiation dose using the ESR signal from teeth    
  Radiation dose and death rate    

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Pathological Effects : Dr. Issei Nishimori Bloodstained Lab Coat
My Experience and Damages : Dr. Raisuke Shirabe
  These original pages created by Dr. Eisuke Hanada, Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Saga University, Japan.