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X-Raying Became Safe for Medics
28.04.2010 11:30
X-Raying Became Safe for Medics

Russian medics now have a totally safe reagent, based upon ascorbic acid, for development of X-ray images. The reagent was created in Novosibirsk, Siberian flag-city of Russian science.
      When medics develop X-ray images, they expose their health to a great danger, since a film is treated with carcinogens. Now a new vitamin C-based reagent eliminates the danger of carcinogenesis in medics, who have to deal with X-raying.
      The reagent was registered with Russian Ministry of Health on April 12, 2010, and is now available in large hospitals of Novosibirsk.
      Source: Komsomolskaya Pravda


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