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Dr. Nimrah Sattar

Dr. Nimrah Sattar
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Nimrah H. Sattar is a doctor and a certified telemedicine facilitator who currently works as an instructor at Little Medical School Pakistan. She is a photographer at heart and can be found chasing sunsets in her free time.

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The therapeutic potential of radiation wasn’t discovered until the 1900s. Initially, radiotherapy was considered to be free of harm and a wonder...

The eyes, Chico. They never lie.

2019 saw a rise in people visiting the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Russia, partly due to the Netflix mini-series, Chernobyl. Based...

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