Radioisotopes (radioactive iodine) for cancer (BSL)

Published: 17 June 2019

This video explains what radioisotope therapy is and what it involves. Radioisotope therapy is given as a drink, tablets or injection. The most common type is radioactive iodine, given as tablets to treat thyroid cancer

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