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Video from RSNA 2018: What do we know about gadolinium deposition?

November 26, 2018

CHICAGO - New findings are coming out on almost a weekly basis about trace elements of gadolinium left in human tissue after scans with MRI contrast agents. What do we know about this phenomenon, and how serious is it? We talk to Dr. Robert McDonald, PhD, of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN.

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Dr. Robert McDonald, PhD, discusses the latest findings about gadolinium deposition.
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11/30/2018 6:12:11 AM
Since Robert McDonald thinks GBCA's are completely safe, why doesn't he demonstrate his confidence and submit himself to an injection or two? Same thing goes for Manny Kanal and all those who continue to tout injecting this heavy metal into other people.

11/30/2018 5:13:20 PM
Who says they haven’t?