"THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF X-RAY FILMS: UNDERSTANDING THE ECOLOGICAL FOOTPRINT OF MEDICAL IMAGING"

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Aditya Nagrath
Manpreet Singh
Kanwaldeep Kaur
Pallavi
Nikita
Amit Kumar

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