In a January 31st New York Times Op Ed, Drs. Rita Redberg and Rebecca Smith-Bindman of UCSF Medical Center report on how the increased uses of medical technologies for diagnosing, treating, and monitoring diseases like cancer, are contributing to unprecedented exposures to radiation. The consequences of these exposures is well documented, particularly for people diagnosed […]
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