1950S CANCER OPERATION & PRESERVATION OF CANCER SPECIMEN FOR RADIATION STUDIES At the New England Deaconess Hospital in Boston surgeons perform a cancer operation and take a sample of the diseased tissue so the effects of radiation from atomic power can be studied on cancer cells. Cut to the research institute adjacent to the hospital where a technician takes the tissue sample and places it in a special solution to preserve it then places it in storage for future research.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:29:00, No Audio
1950S MEDICAL RESEARCH ON CANCER CELLS KILLED WITH RADIATION A medical researcher prepares his microscope and motion picture camera to study the effects of radiation on live cancer cells. CUs of the active cancer cells splitting and multiplying, the technician exposing them to radiation and the cancer cells now unable to split illustrate the process of atomic power used to treat the disease.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:01:11:00, No Audio
AIDS RESEARCH CONVENTION - 1985 - HD At an AIDS research convention in Montreal, researchers discuss cases that came from blood transfusions. Dr. Roger Perrault, national director of the Red Cross, assures people that the risk of contracting the virus through transfusion is still low. AIDS National Advisory Committee chair Dr. Nobby Gilmore expresses surprise that there aren't more cases that come from transfusions. l NOTE - news reporter audio is for reference only and is not available for licensing purposes. Master in Apple Pro Res 422 HQ 29.97fps 1080p.
Date: May, 1985 - COLOR Source: HD Length: 00:01:02:00, With Audio
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