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WHO Updates Medicines List for Nuclear Emergencies


The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday released recommendations on how to acquire and manage medical supplies for the treatment of exposure to radioactive materials in emergencies.
The report sets out for countries and governments how to develop and maintain a national stockpile of specific medical supplies that can lower risks and treat injuries caused by radiation.
Maria Neira, the head of the WHO’s Public Health and

Environment department, emphasized the importance of having “ready supplies” of crucial drugs developed over the last decade.
“In radiation emergencies, people may be exposed to radiation at doses ranging from negligible to life-threatening. Governments need to make treatments available for those in need—fast,” Neira said in a statement….

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