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A Life Saving Hotline

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Moments in Time

The exhibit on nuclear and the environment dominates the lobby of the Austria Center where the IAEA's 50th IAEA General Conference is taking place from 18-22 September 2006. (Austria Center, Vienna, Austria, 18 September 2006)
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IAEA 50th General Conference

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Vinca

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Tackling Tuwaitha's Radioactive Ruins

With the right mix of vision and dedication, the Radiotherapy Center in Nicaragua brings cancer care within the reach of thousands. The country is one of some 100 developing countries where the IAEA is helping national authorities to set up or improve cancer care facilities.
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Cancer Care in Nicaragua

Next to gold, cocoa trees - the source of chocolate - stand among Ghana's treasures.  Nuclear science is helping them fight a killer virus.
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Saving the Source of Chocolate

In health care, the double-edged sword of radiation can be used to fight cancer and scope out signs of disease... under strict controls and in the right hands. In Prague, Czech Republic, Dr. Josef Novotný,  a medical physicist, works to make sure that patients are correctly and safely treated at Na Homolce Hospital. He checks and calibrates equipment, and conducts training in radiation safety under an IAEA-supported project.
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The Dose That Saves

Photo 1 of 14 : The small shops and markets along the road to Cu Chi village, a rice farming community several hours outside of Ho Chi Minh City in South Vietnam.  The village is the site of fields where new varieties of rice are being grown developed in cooperation with South Vietnam's Institute of Agricultural Science.  The Institute is supported by the IAEA's research and technical cooperation programmes for food and agricultural development.
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Vietnam Villages of Hope - South Vietnam

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