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“But the real tech is on the inside, where Castelli has developed what they call the Radiation insert.”
“One of leading dragons barring the path to Mars goes by the name Radiation.”
“(Radiation from the sun kills roughly 15,000 Europeans per year from skin cancer).”
“Radiation is the culprit here," because it often damages tissue and impairs healing, and 7 percent to 20 percent of patients suffer an infection, Topham said.”
“Radiation is energy transferred by waves of heat or light striking the food.”
“In 1903 it was the Nobel Prize for Physics, along with her husband Pierre Curie and Colleague Antoine Henri Becquerel, for their work in Radiation …. and then later, awarded in 1911 for her works in Chemistry in recognition of her services to the advancement of […]”
“Radiation from the short end of the spectrum increasing.”
“Radiation is always obstructed in cities to such an extent, that the soil of a densely-built town, even on a fair night, resembles that of the open fields upon a cloudy night.”
“Rosalie Bertell, Ph.D. is an expert in Radiation Epidemiology.”
“Short-term Radiation Therapy Works Well for Early-stage Breast Cancer”
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