Draft resolution on the peaceful uses of atomic energy and medical researches on effects of radio activity (proposal by the government of Japan)
Executive Board, 15. (1955). Draft resolution on the peaceful uses of atomic energy and medical researches on effects of radio activity (proposal by the government of Japan). World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/130444
Gov't Doc #EB15/72
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