Doctors treat patients for cancer of mammary gland and skin angina by subjecting them to radioactive radiations in Russia.
Russia Date:1956 Duration:5 min 4 sec Sound:Yes
A scientific documentary about the use of radioactive isotopes (early radiation therapy) in the field of medicine in Russia, Soviet Union. A doctor takes out a picture of a man suffering from a tumor. The patient with his family after the treatment. A woman consults a doctor as she suffers from cancer of mammary gland. A doctor works on a table with protective glass as she prepares for an operation. A radioactive needle is placed in a container. The doctor operates on the patient. The needle is inserted into the tumor. The doctor examines an X ray report. The doctor talks to the woman after the operation and x-ray informing her that the tumor has been removed or eliminated. A mother with her daughter consults the doctor. The doctor measures the skin angina. The doctor prepares a mold and places cobalt in it. The mold is bandaged on the head of the girl. Children play while they are treated. The recovered girl talks to the doctor.
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