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Strategies & Market Trends : Young and Older Folk Portfolio

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To: macbolan who wrote (4988)6/17/2024 6:57:07 PM
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Just like other pharmacists only they order/handle radioactive drugs (radio-pharmaceuticals) used in nuclear medicine. I can tell you that job got a whole lot harder after 9/11 happened, much stronger rules were put into action about that type of medical drugs/material.

My old employer had automatic radioactive scanners set up at key entrances used by environmental services employees and others who came into contact with things like "red bag" material to stop it being handled wrong. They would trigger an alarm and lock doors tight until it could be looked into. Handling it wrong also meant a huge fine if it made it out of the hospital in any way. Most landfills utilize the same technology now days.

Of course they also had the very first HUGS baby tags system too, they not only locked maternity floors down tight they also locked the elevators.
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