Cancer cases in Sacramento County, Calif., were approximately 4,300 fewer than expected in the 20 years after the shutdown of the Rancho Seco nuclear reactor, according to a study in the journal Biomedicine International. Women, children and Hispanics recorded particularly significant declines in cancer incidence, researchers said.
Cancer rates decline after nuclear plant shutdown
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