..."There, the radiation doses were lower than the ones documented at Chernobyl. “Studies like this in humans are exceedingly rare,” Eric Grant, associate chief of research at the Radiation Effects Research Foundation (RERF), writes in an email. RERF, a joint research effort between Japan and the United States, has investigated the effects of the atomic bomb on Japan and the Fukushima meltdown. Grant says people affected by both events have been concerned about what their exposure could mean for their children.
“The lack of transgenerational effects observed in this study are undoubtedly good news for radiation-exposed populations,” he writes. “Although the results cannot completely rule out inherited mutations, it is clear that if transgenerational mutations did occur, they did not occur at high rates.” https://www.wired.com/story/35-years-later-studies-show-a-silver-lining-from-chernobyl/?utm_source=pocket-newtab
For those who have not followed Chernyoble news, that quanza style hut built next o Chernyouble and then slid on rails over it, is 8 billion dollars investment and made of stainless steel, because, that way they will not have to send workers inside for hopefully a 100 years to repair ---ex removing rust and painting--- any structural detriment due to the radiation hitting the surface