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The Atom May Save Your Life
July 20, 1950 Saturday Evening Post

Occasionally I buy copies of old magazines on eBay in order to get a feel for what the state of the world was back when it was published. The Saturday Evening Post has been a good source for that, and I have reprinted a few articles and advertisements from the era. This particular edition, July 20, 1950, had among other interesting articles one titled, "The Atom May Save Your Life." It is the beginning of nuclear medicine for treating cancers and other maladies.

Rather than electronically scanning and running an OCR (optical character recognition) program on the page, I have just posted the scanned page. You can click on the pages to get a version large enough to read.

 

The Atom May Save Your Life, p1 - RF Cafe

The Atom May Save Your Life, p2 - RF Cafe    The Atom May Save Your Life, p3 - RF Cafe

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