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Poll: Is Enough Being Done to Reduce Dose?

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From new technologies to awareness campaigns, the radiology industry has taken great strides to address concerns about radiation dose. Is it enough?

From adopting new technologies to updating protocols, the radiology industry has taken great strides in recent years to address concerns about radiation dose. Imaging professionals are pledging to increase awareness among peers and patients, and a recent study even examines the possibility of an antioxidant pill protecting patients from radiation-induced cancer.

Is the industry doing enough to reduce dose? What else can be done?

 

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