Sunday, June 19, 2011

You mean that excessive exposure to radiation is bad?

That too many X-rays could turn into something we don't want?

“The primary concern relates to radiation exposure,” said Dr. James A. Brink, chief of diagnostic radiology at Yale-New Haven Hospital, where double scans accounted for only a fraction of 1 percent of cases. He added: “It is incumbent upon all of us to limit it to the amount needed to make a diagnosis.”

I sure am glad the .GOV isn't forcing people to have multiple X-rays of unknown dosage operated by people who got their jobs from a pizza box.

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