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Radiation reading, millisievert (mSv)
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Single dose, fatal within weeks10,000
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Typical doseage recorded in those Chernobyl workers who died within a month6,000
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Single does which would kill half of those exposed to it within a month5,000
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Single doseage which would cause radiation sickness, including nausea, lower white blood cell count. Not fatal1,000
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Accumulated doseage estimated to cause a fatal cancer many years later in 5% of people1,000
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Max radiation levels recorded at Fukushima plant yesterday, per hour400
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Exposure of Chernobyl residents who were relocated after the blast in 1986350
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Recommended limit for radiation workers every five years100
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Lowest annual dose at which any increase in cancer is clearly evident100
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CT scan: heart16
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CT scan: abdomen & pelvis15
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Dose in full-body CT scan10
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Airline crew flying New York to Tokyo polar route, annual exposure9
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Natural radiation we're all exposed to, per year2
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CT scan: head2
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Spine x-ray1.5
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Radiation per hour detected at Fukushimia site, 12 March1.015
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Mammogram breast x-ray0.4
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Chest x-ray0.1
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Dental x-ray0.005
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