In 2017, a 69-year-old man with pancreatic cancer went to hospital with abnormally low blood pressure. Sadly, he died only two days later, and his remains were cremated.
What nobody at the hospital or the crematorium knew, was that this hadn't been the man's only recent trip to hospital.
Just one day earlier, in fact, he had been injected with a radioactive compound at another hospital to treat his tumour – and when his mortal remains were incinerated, this radioactive and potentially dangerous dose of lutetium Lu 177 dotatate was still inside his body.
if you eat it or carry it in your pocket long enough.. it has a slim chance of doing something.
reality.. by the time cremation was overwith,,,, there wasn't enough of any to matter (oh a pun.. matter)
People that do not succeed in politics usually tell the truth too often.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radiopharm ... tetium-177