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nbme23/Block 3/Question#44 (28.4 difficulty score)
A 23-year-old woman comes to the physician ...
Because irradiated food is not radioactive, you will not be exposed to ionizing radiation by consuming it.πŸ”
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 +9 
submitted by humble_station(67),
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nukie404  I wonder though, is it not possible for irradiated food to change in their protein structure, possibly somehow affect us? Some suggest Regardless I guess since it as irradiate with gamma radiation, there's no chance of the radiation staying in the food. In that sense I guess the answer makes sense but... +3  
dul071  "the 100" on netflix taught me this lol +  



 +6 
submitted by azibird(158),

What is the educational objective of this question? To see if we know that radiation doesn't stick? Not that cool.

koko  That you may face such questions as a doctor..so ,you need to update your knowledge on such things maybe +  
koko  That you may face such questions as a doctor..so ,you need to update your knowledge on such things maybe +  



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submitted by atbangura(10),
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