The first human test of a new type of antidote pill for radioactive bombs has begun in the US, according to the BBC.
An antidote pill for radioactive contamination is being tested on US volunteers
The drug HOPO 14-1 should act against several radioactive materials.
If proven safe and effective, the drug could protect against damage caused by nuclear accidents or terrorist attacks.
More than 40 volunteers will try different doses, checking the side effects of the treatment.
There will be “intensive safety monitoring,” and the first study results are expected in 2024, say study leaders at SRI International in Menlo Park, Calif., which receives funding from a government agency.
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