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Treating patients with the correct amount of radiation is essential to help cure cancer. When the dose is too high, it can be harmful to the patient, when it's too low, cancer cells will not respond and the cancer will not be cured. Dosimetry is used
Early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease can help delay its progression and allow patients to receive the appropriate medical treatment. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) helps by supporting Member States and training nuclear physicians
The IAEA monitors nuclear material and facilities around the world to provide credible assurances that nuclear technology is only used for peaceful purposes. Over 800 people work at the IAEA Department of Safeguards, bringing their own unique skills
A 7.1 magnitude earthquake destroyed hundreds of buildings in Mexico City, where many damaged structures still stand. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) briefed Mexican experts about using non-destructive testing techniques to examine
As many as 5.25 trillion plastic particles weighing 250 000 tons are floating in the oceans, according to recent estimates. This presents a serious environmental challenge: pollutants already dissolved in seawater can be attached to these plastic fra