Imaging tests during pregnancy don't boost childhood cancer risk

A Canadian study found a slightly lower rate of diagnosed childhood cancer cases among the children of women who had CT and nuclear medicine tests while pregnant compared with the children of those who didn't have the tests during pregnancy.

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