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How safe is low frequency radiation in I.T. edge cases? (5G, etc)

Closely Related: 5G Radiation Dangerous? Being inundated with all kinds of 5G health statements, (for & against), I noticed a weird trend - the absence of cumulative radiation studies. Question: ...
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Why may a small basal cell carcinoma (BCC) treated with radiation be much more aggressive than it appears on the surface?

I read on https://www.skincancer.org/blog/ask-the-expert-why-am-i-having-surgery-to-remove-a-small-basal-cell-carcinoma/ (mirror): In addition, a small BCC in an area previously treated with ...
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Safety of radiation from baby monitor

I have always assumed baby monitors and all wireless technology to be completely safe and have been informed by a 'friend' that I have been endangering my children by using them. We used an RF ...
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Does only the cumulative dose and not the dose rate matter for health effects of low-level radiation?

Most web articles related to negative health effects of radiation and radiation exposures from various sources (diagnostic scans, natural background radiation etc.) compare risk levels in terms of the ...
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Typical size for breast tumor at the beginning and at the end of radiotherapy treatment

I'd like to know if you know about sizes of breast tumors at the beginning and at the end of a typical radiotherapy treatment. I know that standard scheduled (50 Gy in 25 sessions) and ...
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Head CT Scan Risks

Please go through the attached image and confirm if the repeated head CT scan is too much for a 6 yr old boy. Will there be any long term side effects? I would appreciate a quick response to my ...
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Is Near-infrared focused light safe for your eyes?

I found a new product, but I'm afraid it's not safe. Can you help me understand what the safety limits are when it comes to near-infrared light focused on your eyes is? I'm assuming the wavelength ...
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"Dichotomy" in prostate cancer treatment options at the cusp of locality

Common prostate cancer, a.k.a. prostatic adenocarcinoma, develops gradually (like any cancer I guess): Increasing in size, breaching the prostate capsule, settling in nearby lymph nodes etc. However, ...
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What technical influences can a pacemaker for heart have?

Since in these days there are lots of different devices and appliances which are sending out all kinds of waves or radiation and different strengths (e.g. RFID scanners, induction cookers, Bluetooth, ...
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Why don't we actively strugle to provide the highest LET particle radiation therapy, maybe with manganese, fluorine, nitrogen, iron, or osmium?

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3885128/ I am a cancer patient since 16, a medical student aiming for radiation oncology and subsidiary MSc&Phd in radiophysics. I am actually ...