Is the low-dose radiation used in medical imaging predisposed to cancer? : HEALTH-CARE

Cancer is an uncontrolled, unprogrammed proliferation of abnormal cells. Cancer is caused by changes in genes that control our cellular function, growth and division. Recently, researchers from the Wellcome Sanger Institute and the University of Cambridge investigated the effect of low-dose ionizing radiation commonly used in medical imaging for cell growth in the esophagus of mice. The results of the study will be published in Cell stem cell. In the research carried out, wild type cells (normal cell) and p53 mutant cel

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