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Published: Charlotta Sanders
Charlotta Sanders (Mechanical Engineering) and her husband, Mark Callis Sanders, are co-authors of a conference paper, “Low Doese Radiation: The Million Worker Study — Findings, Implications, Challenges and You," which will be presented during the International Nuclear Law Association XXIII Nuclear Inter Jura Congress in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates from Nov. 4-8, 2018. Their paper seeks to sift through the Million Worker Study (MWS) findings, determine the implications to radiation protection standards, explore the challenges toward public acceptance of changes to radiation standards because of the MWS, and finally the effect on the various stakeholders.
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