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On August 6 1945 America was engaged in heavily combat with Japanese during World War II 1939-1945 America felt like ending the world quick as possible by any means necessary An American B-29 bomber silently flew over the city of Hiroshima ending close to 80000 peoples lives America felt like this action was just a statement and this statement was not enough to show the world that American was serious about ending World War II in victory America had not only made a statement but a scar that no one can ever forget These actions had many consequences that was kind of hidden at the time but this bombing affected everyone involved by giving health problems to the survivors in Hiroshima destroying a lot of peoples moral saving peoples lives and starting a global nuclear warfareThe survivors witness the bombs occur and descend from the skies quickly destroying their city within pulse of a flash Unlike the people who died instantaneity these survivors had to suffer a lot more than anyone else ever had to and slowly prepare to die Diseases like Leukemia and Cancer was heavily disturbed through Hiroshima because of the atomic bomb atoms inside which is deadly too humans from the radiation In Longevity of atomic-bomb survivors the author states women among those exposed at age 20 years the risk of death from diseases other than cancer may be non-linear with an excess relative risk of about one percent Although these relative-risk estimates imply shorter life expectancy with increasing dose they do not convey an accurate impression of the effect on longevity because the background mortality occurs predominantly at older ages Compared with the dramatic early effects that resulted in death soon after exposure such as acute radiation syndrome or leukemia a large excess relative or absolute rate for effects occurring late in life does not imply a large decrease in individual length of life The distribution of
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