Mobile X-Ray Stations

Mobile X-Ray Stations

In World War 1, Nobel prize-winning physicist Marie Curie developed mobile X-Ray stations to travel to the frontlines and assist army surgeons and preventing amputations when limbs were still intact. It's estimated that over a million wounded soldiers were x-rayed with her units.

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