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Topic - David J. Brenner
"We do need improved estimates of the radiation dose that people in and near Fukushima prefecture actually received," he told the AP. "Right now our estimates are based on very, very rough calculations."
So far, the actual radiation doses inflicted just after the accident are not exactly known, though exposure is thought to be very small, said David J. Brenner, a radiation physicist at Columbia University, who was not part of the research.