Abstract

Research Article

Cystic fibrosis, the key link with airborne alpha emitting nanoparticulates

Florent Pirot*

Published: 18 June, 2021 | Volume 5 - Issue 1 | Pages: 049-050

Cystic fibrosis is explained in this paper that suggests tackling the disease by elimination of the most significant sources of contamination.

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Keywords:

Pathogenesis; Health physics; Alpha emitting nanoparticulates; Uranium; Thorium; Radon; Radium; Polonium; Plutonium; Oncogenesis; Nanoparticulates; Particulate matter; Aerosolized particulates

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