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Radioactive Tuna May Raise Cancer Risk

Nuclear Professor: Radioactive Tuna May Raise Cancer Risks
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A US nuclear professor says radioactive tuna caught off California can produce a small increase in cancer risks. Photo Credit via Wikimedia Commons.

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9:10PM PDT on Jun 1, 2012

Maybe the demand for tuna will decrease & they won't fish them into extinction.

5:05PM PDT on Jun 1, 2012

Hey Charles, can I watch you eat that tiny, miniscule amount of plutonium/cesium/K40 in that tuna? I totally trust radiation is harmless but you go first. ;)

11:05AM PDT on Jun 1, 2012

Alarming! Thanks for the info.

5:50AM PDT on Jun 1, 2012

Thanks, I don't understand, there is no risk to an individual but that means the group is at risk?

5:32AM PDT on Jun 1, 2012

Wow! Do you mean to spread all over the world that can be deadly?

1:32AM PDT on Jun 1, 2012

Mercury is worse.

12:38AM PDT on Jun 1, 2012

Thanks.

8:10PM PDT on May 31, 2012

We're dead already.

8:10PM PDT on May 31, 2012

Anyone actually concerned for the poor tuna and all other life?

6:37PM PDT on May 31, 2012

When will all this madness end?

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