BARBADOS JOINS U.N. AGENCY AGAINST NUCLEAR PROLIFERATION

As Barbados’ methodologies to treat illness become more sophisticated, the result means taking on more responsibility globally.

Health Minister John Boyce, after a significant delay, finally addressed medical experts gathered at the Radisson Aquatica on the outskirts of Bridgetown, they were convening for the purpose of proper security measures in Radiology.

Subsequent to the onslaught of 9/11, many countries who use cobalt and similar half-life isotopes in the fight against cancer have had to become certified and make particular pledges to the International Atomic and Energy Agency, which is the United Nations arm part of whose mandate includes the prevention of nuclear waste falling to the wrong hands...

Subsequent to the onslaught of 9/11, many countries who use cobalt and similar half-life isotopes in the fight against cancer have had to become certified and make particular pledges to the International Atomic and Energy Agency, which is the United Nations arm part of whose mandate includes the prevention of nuclear waste falling to the wrong hands…

Minister Boyce said that talks on Barbados joining began as much as 3 years ago, especially after Rihanna dedicated a wing at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital dedicated to combating cancer via radiology, he told the regional officials how the request to join the IAEA will soon be official;-

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