Scientists Cast Doubt on TSA Tests of Full-Body Scanners
The Transportation Security Administration is confident that its full-body X-ray scanners are medically safe, but a group of scientists with expertise in cancer and radiation say the evidence made public to support those safety claims is unreliable.
In an effort to detect explosives hidden under clothing, is the TSA jeopardizing passenger safety?
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