Low (Slow) Doses Cause More Cancer than High (Fast) Dose /as Small as 0.5 mSv Cause Cancer/ (Dave)
http://fairewinds.com/content/cancer-risk-young-children-near-fukushima-... A 15 country study authored by 51 radiation scientists of 407,391 nuclear industry workers is the largest study ever conducted of nuclear power workers and found significant increases in cancers from low (slow) dose exposure. Implied average dose of 2 mSv/year. Most workers received less than 0.5 mSv/y (median average dose) . In fact, a study quoted suggests that low, slow dose rates might be more harmful than high, fast dose rates. The study found a greater incidence of cancer among nuclear power industry workers (low slow dose exposure) than among atom bomb survivors of Hiroshima (high fast dose exposure).
Video also discusses chromosomal translocation and chromosomal aberrations from low dose rates of exposure. The frequency of chormosomal translocations actually INCREASES as the (X-ray) dose decreases and by an order of magnitude. Another example of low dose exposure actually being worse than higher doses.