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What does RX stand for?

RX stands for Radiation Experiments

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  • Science, medicine, engineering, etc.

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In the past, the government of India banned the export of rhesus macaques after learning of the radiation experiments that they were being subjected to in the USA.
Katz also presented influential testimony at congressional hearings and served on official panels that examined and criticized research abuses such as the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and post-World War II radiation experiments.
President Bill Clinton then ordered federal agencies to open all records on human radiation experiments, and he appointed an Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments to review the matter.
A brief overview of the work of the American Environmental Health Studies Project (AEHSP) with respect to human radiation experiments will be presented.
The President's Advisory Committee on Human Radiation Experiments wrote in a 1995 final report to President Clinton, "The grave injustice that the government did to the uranium miners, by failing to take action to control the hazard and by failing to warn the miners of the hazard, should not be compounded by unreasonable barriers to receiving the compensation the miners deserve for the wrongs and harms inflicted on them as they served their country.