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Providers, Regulators & Vendors Seek Lower Radiation Doses

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It's rare to hear excitement over another government reporting requirement, but that's how Rebecca Smith-Bindman, M.D., feels about a new California law that requires providers to track their patients' long-term radiation exposure from CT scans.

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