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Increasingly throughout the twentieth century and into the twenty-first century, radiation has been used for medical purposes. Four categories of medical uses of radiation are anatomical imaging (such as X-rays), diagnosis, treating cancer, and laser surgery. Learn more about the medical uses of radiation in one of these four categories. What is the history of the use of radiation for this particular purpose? What are some of the most important uses of radiation in this particular category? What are some of the newest advances in this area?

World War I was a significant event in Marie Curie's life. Learn more about this war. What was the role of France in World War I? How were France and French society and culture affected by this war?

In 1923, Marie Curie wrote Pierre Curie, a brief biography of Pierre Curie. Read this biography, and find other sources to learn...

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