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Case 1 A 53-year-old chemical worker had an accidental exposure to uranium hexafluoride gas at work in a chemical plant on Nov 12, 1968. He was not wearing a respiratory protective device and breathed uranium hexafluoride vapors for about 15 minutes. He immediately developed shortness of breath and cough and was subsequently taken to an […]


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Working with the Metals...The Call of Gold ...“As Above, So Below.” Record your impressions and feelings during this meditation.... try to focus all your attention on the golden sphere. Those who feel debilitated because of a sluggish mind will find mercu
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