Radioactive Iodine found in Finland tracked back to isotope manufacturer in Budapest

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The Finnish radiation watchdog detected trace amounts of airborne radioactive iodine last month. Authorities say the levels are too low to be a health concern but have since traced the source back to an isotope manufacturer in Budapest, reported Finland’s YLE Thursday.

Source: Euobserver

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