A report reveals that nearly 700,000 American civilians died as a result of US nuclear tests. A recent study shows that between 340,000 and 690,000 Americans died during the nuclear tests carried out in the United States between 1951 and 1973, a figure much higher than previously believed. The study, conducted by economist Keith Meyers of the University of Arizona, takes into account the environmental effects of the dispersion of nuclear pollution.

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