Cancer is creeping up silently.
For years you don't notice anything.
Suddenly you get the terrible diagnosis.
Could that have been prevented?
Artificial intelligence can now help a lot by recognizing radionuclides early and warning about them.
Why are they so extremely dangerous?
1. they are always anytime and everywhere
2. they are not recognizable
3. nobody warns of them
Incorporation - what is that?
These cancer-causing particles enter the body with breathing air and food. They remain here in the organs. And there, cells and tissues are permanently "bombarded" with their destructive energy.
The body is reacting by forming cancer cells.
The body reacts to this massive attack on cells, genes and genetic material with the formation of cancer cells. Depending on the type (isotope) of the radionuclide, certain organs and body regions are affected. Different types of radionuclides (isotopes) are stored in the following parts of the body and cause damages there.