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2014 AAPM Annual Meeting - Session: Radiation Risks at Level of Few CT Scans: How Real?- Science to Practice


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Radiation Risk Communication to Patient and Parent: Translating Science Into Practice- What to Say, What to Do?
Marilyn Goske MD
Marilyn.Goske@cchmc.org


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Radiation Risks at Level of Rew CT Scans: Defining Issues - Madan Rehani PhD
From Dose to Risk: An Uncertain Predicament Or An Ethical Mandate? - Ehsan Samei PhD
Issues In Low Dose Radiation Research - William Morgan
How Much Risk From CT Exams of Children? - Roy Shore
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