[ RadSafe ] Traveling After Nuclear Medicine Procedure May not fly

Sandy Perle sandyfl at earthlink.net
Fri Jul 22 13:20:33 CDT 2005

On 22 Jul 2005 at 14:11, Mccormick, Luke I wrote:

> The Nuc. Med ID card for travelling patients is a great idea! 

My primary concern when "evidence" is provided and accepted is that 
many of these items of "proof" can be forged. I cringe every time I 
read about public, and political outrage when "elderly" or other 
individuals are searched at airport screening checkpoints. What is so 
outrageous is that anyone who really wants to hurt us is going to try 
and use individuals who aren't going to trigger an extended check. In 
my opinion, profile passengers and other individuals, and perform an 
inspection whenever any indicator shows evidence of something that 
should be visually checked. 

If we don't, then we're going to get hit over and over again. Look at 
the "norm" and look again. In my opinion, this is just common sense. 

Sandy Perle
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Global Dosimetry Solutions, Inc.
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