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Preparation with recombinant human thyroid-stimulating hormone for thyroid remnant ablation with 1311 is associated with lowered radiotoxicity.
The problem is that, whether rationally or irrationally, public perception of nuclear power is strongly coloured by issues of safety, the radiotoxicity of its waste, its links to nuclear weapon proliferation and concerns about its vulnerability to terrorism.
Of course, that's not the case, since the rate of radioactive decay reduces the radiotoxicity rapidly on a time scale of tens to hundreds of years.
The process involves the reduced long-term radiotoxicity of spent fuel after partitioning and transmutation.