That’s hard to say, as the amount of radiation people are exposed to has a tendency to sneak up on them. Radiation generally comes from multiple sources, including both background environmental effects and manmade endeavours such as industrial or medical uses. In addition, people in warzones have a tendency to get radiation poisoning after the war is over, if depleted uranium munitions were used (a fairly common occurence, used for instance in both Iraq and Afghanistan).
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