states, with the proviso that only user sites and users that are licensed by the responsible state authority would have access to byproduct material.
With the articulation of this alternative and the recommendations set forth above, the committee believes that it has fulfilled its assigned task. This report offers to the nation an approach to the regulation of all ionizing radiation in medicine that will adequately protect the public's health and safety and assure broadest access of the public to the benefits of the full range of medical uses of ionizing radiation.
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