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YEMEN-SECURITY/HEALTH
RTS1YGFJ
August 23, 2018
A cancer patient lies in the radiation therapy room at the National Oncology Centre in Sanaa, Yemen,...
Sanaa, Yemen
The Wider Image: Cancer patients - the other victims of Yemen's war
A cancer patient lies in the radiation therapy room at the National Oncology Centre in Sanaa, Yemen, August 8, 2018. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah SEARCH "YEMEN CANCER" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
CANCER-PROTONTHERAPY/IBA
RTX2NS9H
September 01, 2016
A cyclotrone is pictured inside a radiation bunker at the headquarters of Belgian group IBA, which makes...
LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE, Belgium
A cyclotrone is pictured inside a radiation bunker at the headquarters of Belgian group IBA in Louvain-la-Neuve...
A cyclotrone is pictured inside a radiation bunker at the headquarters of Belgian group IBA, which makes proton therapy machines for the treatment of cancer, in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, July 22, 2016. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
CANCER-PROTONTHERAPY/IBA
RTX2NS9G
September 01, 2016
A worker inspects a cyclotrone inside a radiation bunker at the headquarters of Belgian group IBA, which...
LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE, Belgium
A worker inspects a cyclotrone inside a radiation bunker at the headquarters of Belgian group IBA in...
A worker inspects a cyclotrone inside a radiation bunker at the headquarters of Belgian group IBA, which makes proton therapy machines for the treatment of cancer, in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, July 22, 2016. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
CANCER-PROTONTHERAPY/IBA
RTX2NS9C
September 01, 2016
A worker inspects a cyclotrone inside a radiation bunker at the headquarters of Belgian group IBA, which...
LOUVAIN-LA-NEUVE, Belgium
A worker inspects a cyclotrone inside a radiation bunker at the headquarters of Belgian group IBA in...
A worker inspects a cyclotrone inside a radiation bunker at the headquarters of Belgian group IBA, which makes proton therapy machines for the treatment of cancer, in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, July 22, 2016. Picture taken July 22, 2016. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
ISRAEL-RADIATION TREATMENT/
RTSA0OW
March 09, 2016
Biologists work in a laboratory at Pluristem Theraputics in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech...
Haifa, Israel
Biologists work in a laboratory at Pluristem Theraputics in Haifa
Biologists work in a laboratory at Pluristem Theraputics in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said they have developed a placenta-based cell therapy injection that can fully cure patients with multiple organ failure caused by high radiation exposure. Picture taken March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-RADIATION TREATMENT/
RTSA0N0
March 09, 2016
Yaky Yanay, president and chief operating officer at Pluristem Therapeutics, smiles during an interview...
Haifa, Israel
Yaky Yanay, president and COO at Pluristem Therapeutics, smiles during an interview with Reuters in Haifa...
Yaky Yanay, president and chief operating officer at Pluristem Therapeutics, smiles during an interview with Reuters in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said they have developed a placenta-based cell therapy injection that can fully cure patients with multiple organ failure caused by high radiation exposure. Picture taken March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-RADIATION TREATMENT/
RTSA0MY
March 09, 2016
Zami Aberman, chairman and chief executive officer at Pluristem Theraputics, smiles during an interview...
Haifa, Israel
Zami Aberman, chairman and CEO at Pluristem Theraputics, smiles during an interview with Reuters in Haifa...
Zami Aberman, chairman and chief executive officer at Pluristem Theraputics, smiles during an interview with Reuters in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said they have developed a placenta-based cell therapy injection that can fully cure patients with multiple organ failure caused by high radiation exposure. Picture taken March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-RADIATION TREATMENT/
RTSA0MW
March 09, 2016
Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds...
Haifa, Israel
Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds a...
Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds a bottle of radiation therapy injection during an interview with Reuters in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said they have developed a placenta-based cell therapy injection that can fully cure patients with multiple organ failure caused by high radiation exposure. Picture taken March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-RADIATION TREATMENT/
RTSA0MU
March 09, 2016
Bottles containing radiation therapy injection are seen at Pluristem Theraputics in Haifa, Israel March...
Haifa, Israel
Bottles containing radiation therapy injection are seen at Pluristem Theraputics in Haifa, Israel
Bottles containing radiation therapy injection are seen at Pluristem Theraputics in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said they have developed a placenta-based cell therapy injection that can fully cure patients with multiple organ failure caused by high radiation exposure. Picture taken March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-RADIATION TREATMENT/
RTSA0LB
March 09, 2016
A laboratory worker removes cells from a storage unit at Pluristem Theraputics in Haifa, Israel March...
Haifa, Israel
A laboratory worker removes cells from a storage unit at Pluristem Theraputics in Haifa
A laboratory worker removes cells from a storage unit at Pluristem Theraputics in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said they have developed a placenta-based cell therapy injection that can fully cure patients with multiple organ failure caused by high radiation exposure. Picture taken March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
ISRAEL-RADIATION TREATMENT/
RTSA0LA
March 09, 2016
Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds...
Haifa, Israel
Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds a...
Esther Lukasiewicz Hagai, Vice President of Medical and Clinical Affairs at Pluristem Therapeutics, holds a bottle of radiation therapy during an interview with Reuters in Haifa, Israel March 6, 2016. Israeli biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics said they have developed a placenta-based cell therapy injection that can fully cure patients with multiple organ failure caused by high radiation exposure. Picture taken March 6, 2016. REUTERS/Baz Ratner
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/
RTR2ZGXA
March 17, 2012
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez salutes upon arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez salutes upon arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez salutes upon arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas March 16, 2012. Smiling and embracing supporters, Chavez flew home on Friday after surgery in Cuba for cancer that will require him to have radiation therapy ahead of October's re-election bid. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE HEALTH)
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/
RTR2ZGX8
March 17, 2012
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez arrives from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas March 16, 2012....
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez arrives from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez arrives from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas March 16, 2012. Smiling and embracing supporters, Chavez flew home on Friday after surgery in Cuba for cancer that will require him to have radiation therapy ahead of October's re-election bid. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/
RTR2ZGX3
March 17, 2012
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez wipes his perspiration after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez wipes his perspiration after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez wipes his perspiration after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas March 16, 2012. Smiling and embracing supporters, Chavez flew home on Friday after surgery in Cuba for cancer that will require him to have radiation therapy ahead of October's re-election bid. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/
RTR2ZGX2
March 17, 2012
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez arrives from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas March 16, 2012....
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez arrives from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez arrives from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas March 16, 2012. Smiling and embracing supporters, Chavez flew home on Friday after surgery in Cuba for cancer that will require him to have radiation therapy ahead of October's re-election bid. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE HEALTH)
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/
RTR2ZGX0
March 17, 2012
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas March 16, 2012. Smiling and embracing supporters, Chavez flew home on Friday after surgery in Cuba for cancer that will require him to have radiation therapy ahead of October's re-election bid. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE HEALTH)
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/
RTR2ZGWY
March 17, 2012
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas March 16, 2012. Smiling and embracing supporters, Chavez flew home on Friday after surgery in Cuba for cancer that will require him to have radiation therapy ahead of October's re-election bid. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE HEALTH)
VENEZUELA-CHAVEZ/
RTR2ZGWU
March 17, 2012
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks after arriving from Cuba at Simon Bolivar airport in Caracas March 16, 2012. Smiling and embracing supporters, Chavez flew home on Friday after surgery in Cuba for cancer that will require him to have radiation therapy ahead of October's re-election bid. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: POLITICS PROFILE HEALTH)
Health
Health
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GERMANY
RTR1IEPF
October 17, 2006
Nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch opeates with a radiation liquid on a cancer patient by the new radiation...
Munich, Germany
Nuclear physician Tatsch opeates with a radiation liquid on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment...
Nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch opeates with a radiation liquid on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment for liver tumours called Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) in Munich's university hospital, October 17, 2006. SIRT targets a very high radiation dose to tumours within the liver, regardless of their cell of origin, number, size or location. The spheres are implanted using a catheter placed in the artery feeding the liver and travel via the blood stream, where the spheres are targeted to the tumours within the liver. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1IEPD
October 17, 2006
Nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch looks at a radiation liquid during an operation on a cancer patient by...
Munich, Germany
Nuclear physician Tatsch looks at a radiation liquid during an operation on a cancer patient by the new...
Nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch looks at a radiation liquid during an operation on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment for liver tumours called Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) in Munich's university hospital, October 17, 2006. SIRT targets a very high radiation dose to tumours within the liver, regardless of their cell of origin, number, size or location. The spheres are implanted using a catheter placed in the artery feeding the liver and travel via the blood stream, where the spheres are targeted to the tumours within the liver. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1IEP9
October 17, 2006
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the...
Munich, Germany
Radiologist Reiser and nuclear physician Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment...
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment for liver tumours called Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) in Munich's university hospital, October 17, 2006. SIRT targets a very high radiation dose to tumours within the liver, regardless of their cell of origin, number, size or location. The spheres are implanted using a catheter placed in the artery feeding the liver and travel via the blood stream, where the spheres are targeted to the tumours within the liver. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1IEP6
October 17, 2006
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the...
Munich, Germany
Radiologist Reiser and nuclear physician Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment...
Radiologist Maximilian Reiser (R) and nuclear physician Klaus Tatsch operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment for liver tumours called Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) in Munich's university hospital, October 17, 2006. SIRT targets a very high radiation dose to tumours within the liver, regardless of their cell of origin, number, size or location. The spheres are implanted using a catheter placed in the artery feeding the liver and travel via the blood stream, where the spheres are targeted to the tumours within the liver. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
GERMANY
RTR1IEP3
October 17, 2006
Radiologists Christoph Timm (L) and Maximilian Reiser operate on a cancer patient with the new radiation...
Munich, Germany
Radiologists Timm and Reiser operate on a cancer patient by the new radiation treatment for liver tumors...
Radiologists Christoph Timm (L) and Maximilian Reiser operate on a cancer patient with the new radiation treatment for liver tumours, called Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT) in Munich's university hospital, October 17, 2006. SIRT targets a very high radiation dose to tumours within the liver, regardless of their cell of origin, number, size or location. The spheres are implanted using a catheter placed in the artery feeding the liver and travel via the blood stream, where the spheres are targeted to the tumours within the liver. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY)
CUBA CHERNOBYL
RTRGES4
April 26, 2005
Ukrainian girl Anna, a victim of Chernobyl explosion, receives treatment for alopecia, the total loss...
Tarara, Cuba
Ukrainian girl Anna, a victim of Chernobyl explosion, receives treatment for alopecia, the total loss...
Ukrainian girl Anna, a victim of Chernobyl explosion, receives treatment for alopecia, the total loss of hair, in Tarara, outside Havana. Ukrainian girl Anna, 13, a victim of radiation fallout from the 1986 power plant explosion in Chernobyl, receives treatment for alopecia, the total loss of hair, at the Paediatric Hospital in Tarara, outside Havana, April 26, 2005. Since 1990, Cuba has treated 18,000 Ukrainian children free of charge for loss of hair, skin disorders, cancer, leukaemia and other illnesses attributed to the radioactivity unleashed by the reactor meltdown years before they were born. Picture taken April 26, 2005. REUTERS/Claudia Daut Pictures of the Month July 2005
PEOPLE EBERT
RTR1D9Q
January 23, 2003
Roger Ebert, noted film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, will start
radiation therapy in August 2003...
Los Angeles, United States of America
FILM CRITIC ROGER EBERT FACES CANCER TREATMENT FILE PHOTOGRAPH.
Roger Ebert, noted film critic for the Chicago Sun-Times, will start
radiation therapy in August 2003 as a follow-up to surgery he had in
February 2003 for cancer of the salivary gland. Ebert's doctors say his
prognosis is good and the treatments will not affect his work schedule.
Ebert is shown in this January 23, 2003 file photograph at the Sundance
Film Festival in Utah. REUTERS/Fred Prouser/Files

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PEOPLE FARRAKHAN
RTRAABB
November 02, 2000
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was recovering well in a Washington hospital on November 2, 2000...
Los Angeles, UK
FILE PHOTO OF FARRAKHAN.
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan was recovering well in a Washington hospital on November 2, 2000 after surgery to treat rare complications related to radiation therapy he had several years ago for prostate cancer, his doctors said. Farrakhan speaks during a Baghdad news conference in this December 11, 1997 file picture.

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