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Did you notice a group of abstracts published in the last issue of Health Physics? We have another batch in the April issue, and these come to us from our colleagues in China. The Health Physics Society is working to increase our collaboration with the Chinese Society of Radiation Protection (CSRP), and as part of this initiative, Health Physics and the CSRP's journal, Fushe Fanghu (which translates to Radiation Protection) have agreed to exchange abstracts. The abstracts from papers appearing in Fushe Fanghu will be republished in English in Health Physics, and our abstracts will be republished in their journal. Nuclear power and radiation sciences in general are advancing rapidly in China. It is our hope that this abstract exchange will be mutually beneficial to radiation protection professionals in both countries, and will lead to further collaboration in the future. 

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Current Issue Highlights



A MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH: PAPERS


Characterizing the Natural History of Acute Radiation Syndrome of the Gastrointestinal Tract: Combining High Mass and Spatial Resolution Using MALDI-FTICR-MSI

Carter, Claire L.; Hankey, Kim G.; Booth, Catherine; More

Health Physics. 116(4):454-472, April 2019.


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Cardiac Remodeling and Reversible Pulmonary Hypertension During Pneumonitis in Rats after 13-Gy Partial-Body Irradiation with Minimal Bone Marrow Sparing: Effect of Lisinopril

Jacobs, Elizabeth R.; Narayanan, Jayashree; Fish, Brian L.; More

Health Physics. 116(4):558-565, April 2019.