NEWS: Drugs panic goes nuclear

March 2011
Engineer (Online Edition);3/28/2011, p8
The article focuses on the warning s given by scientists of the Great Britain. Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) against panic buying of potassium-iodide tablets in relation to explosions at the Fukushima nuclear plant.


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