Bibliografia – Uranio Impoverito

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La guerra russo ucraina ha rimesso in scena la questione dell’Uranio Impoverito, alimentando le preoccupazioni del sentire collettivo sui danni che tale agente può provocare, in particolare quelli relativi all’insorgenza di gravi patologie tumorali.

Siamo ancora in presenza di un tentativo di disorientare e disinformare il cittadino sulla pericolosità di un tipo di munizionamento che non ha significativi effetti collaterali rispetto a quelli cinetici, tipici delle ordinarie armi.

ICSA pertanto, a beneficio di chi volesse saperne di più attraverso la consultazione di fonti scientifiche indipendenti e prestigiose, ha raccolto la più significativa letteratura sull’argomento.

 

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