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Radioactive Patients Set Off Alarms

Patients who are being treated for cancer with radioactive materials may set off anti-terrorism devices installed in public places. A 34-year-old man with a thyroid condition who was being treated with radioactive iodine was strip-searched twice in New York subway stations. "Police had identified him as emitting radiation and had detained him for further questioning," say Drs. Christoph Buettner and Martin Surks. "He returned to the clinic and requested a letter stating that he had recently been treated with radioactive iodine."

This reveals that radiation detection devices are being installed in public places in New York and probably in other cities as well, and that patients should be aware of the potential problem. If you?re taking radiation therapy and live in a major city or plan to visit one anytime soon, you?d better stick to buses and taxis.

Avoid problems?use out of body travel and remote viewing to get where you want to go. Find out the secret history behind this government program from The Stargate Chronicles.

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