radiation-induced cancer

radiation-induced cancer

Radiogenic cancer Oncology CA induced by ionizing radiation–eg, ALL, thyroid cancer
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Especially in pediatric patients, the risk of developing a new, radiation-induced cancer later in life may be reduced.
Although it saves lives, screening also comes with various negative effects such as false-positive results, overdiagnosis and radiation-induced cancer, but experts said their review builds on previous evidence which suggests the potential benefits of breast screening outweigh the risks.
Most notably, pediatric patients with scoliosis require frequent imaging sessions to monitor treatment progression, which can increase the risk of radiation-induced cancer later in life.
And he's Max Da Costa, a factory worker on a ravaged Earth trying to reach one of her space station's Med-Pods to cure his radiation-induced cancer.
In pediatric patients the risk of developing a new, radiation-induced cancer later in life can be reduced.
People are starting to think, the cost of 30 years of electricity -- was it worth giving a whole lot of people radiation-induced cancer and destroying large sections of Japanese countryside " he said.
They may help to maximize your body's ability to withstand the effects of ionizing radiation, the source of free radical damage that ultimately leads to radiation-induced cancer.
Children are deemed more radiosensitive as they have a larger proportion of actively dividing cells, and they have a longer latent period in which a radiation-induced cancer has the opportunity to manifest.
Washington, Dec 2 (ANI): Scientists have suggested that the risk of developing radiation-induced cancer from computed tomography (CT) may be lower than previously thought.
5 percent - have died, or will die, from various forms of radiation-induced cancer.
The World Health Organization estimates that the lifetime radiation-induced cancer death toll from the incident could reach 4,000.
This means that the child could absorb two to six times more radiation than needed to produce a clear image and could result in radiation-induced cancer later in life.

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