Ohio Nuclear Sites Portsmouth Nuclear Site Centrus/HALEU Depleted Uranium Mangano Health Studies Offsite Contamination Pohlman WKRC Videoclips Davis-Besse Nuclear Power Plant Hydrogen at Davis-Besse Perry Nuclear Power Plant Battelle Memorial Institute Other Sites Nuclear Fuel Uranium: Mining/Milling Uranium: Enrichment/Fuel Fabrication Nuclear vs Climate Health Risks News & Resources Power & Weapons Connection Nuclear Waste New Nuclear Subsidies, Legislation and Regulation Uranium: Enrichment/Fuel Fabrication Age Adjusted Cancer Mortality, Pike County OH vs. U.S., by 5 Year Period, 1950-2020. Mangano Graph. Mangano Health Studies ONFN engaged epidemiologist Joe Mangano to analyze cancer and death statistics in Pike County, Ohio. All statistics were gathered from the US Centers for Disease Control. The results were shocking: • The county’s cancer incidence in 2010-2019 was 15% higher than the U.S., the highest rate of all 88 Ohio counties. • In the 1950s and 1960s, county cancer mortality was 12% below the U.S. By 1993, the Pike County rate exceeded the U.S. by 32.8%. • The overall Pike County death rate ages 0-74 is nearly double that of the U.S. Report: “HEALTH RISK TO LOCAL RESIDENTS FROM THE PORTSMOUTH GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT” by Joseph J. Mangano MPH MBA, Executive Director, Radiation and Public Health Project.