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One sievert—the international measurement of radiation exposure—is enough to cause radiation sickness, infertility and cataracts.
Twenty-three crewmembers of a Japanese fishing vessel that was 160 kilometers (100 miles) east of the detonation site, were contaminated and suffered from radiation sickness.
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RADIATION SICKNESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of radiation sickness for English Language Learners
medical : an illness that results from exposure to too much radiation
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