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  • Video: Nukes, Militarism and Public Health

    Interview with PSR board member Dr. Andy Kanter. Read more »

  • Apocalypse Never

    Tad Daley is a writing fellow for International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War (IPPNW) and author of Apocalypse Never, a distinguished piece of literature that outlines the reasons for eliminating nuclear weapons as well as the pathway we must take to achieve this goal. Read more »

  • Towards Nuclear Abolition

    The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) wrote an excellent report after the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty Review Conference ended in May. It details the growing support from governments at the NPT-Review Conference for a Nuclear Weapons Convention. Read more »

  • Projected US Casualties and Destruction of US Medical Services From Attacks by Russian Nuclear Forces

    The number of direct, short term casualties and collateral damage to US medical services were calculated for two thermonuclear attack scenarios. The first scenario would cause 52 million prompt fatalities, 9 million injuries, and massive destruction of US health facilities. The second scenario produces more than 100 million casualties. Even with an effective US NMD system—defined as capable of successfully interception more than 100 warheads—nearly 70 million fatalities would occur. Read more »

 

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