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Published on Jul 29, 2010
The use of depleted uranium munition by U.S.-led forces during the war in Iraq is possibly causing cancer and genetic diseases among the local population. Such are the findings of a recent study by a group of researchers. To find out more, RT speaks to the authors of the report, Professor Christopher Busby - scientific secretary of the European Committee on Radiation Risks, and Malak Hamdan - a British-Iraqi scientist.