Dr. Rosenbaum talks radiation on WCVB-TV

By Jim Fessenden

UMass Medical School Communications

March 29, 2011
Rosenbaum 

Christopher Rosenbaum, MD, assistant professor of emergency medicine and a toxicology specialist, explained to viewers of WCVB-TV News on Monday, March 28, that the radiation levels detected in Massachusetts rainwater as a result of the events in Japan posed little risk to residents. He stressed that testing will be ongoing and that people don’t need to take any special precautions. 

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