Last update on January 2017
The PRIODAC (repeated stable iodine prophylaxis in accidental
situations) project, launched in March 2014 for five years and
coordinated by IRSN, aims to identify procedures for administering
stable iodine to people exposed to repeated or prolonged accidental
radioactive releases, such as those observed at Fukushima.
The aim is to
identify the most suitable administration conditions and evaluate
potential side effects for different categories of the population
(babies, children, adults, pregnant women, etc.).