Panel raises concerns over cesium irradiation machines

10/10/2007 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A government advisory panel has recommended the government replace more than 1,000 cesium irradiation machines in hospitals and research facilities across the U.S. due to the possibility that terrorists could use the radioactive materials to make "dirty" bombs.

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