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Helium Shortage Causing Medical Community Concern over MRIs

The global medical fraternity is getting increasingly concerned about the lack of helium available to pump into MRI machines. MRI machines are essential in detecting numerous medical issues and medical professionals must work together to suggest feasible strategies to tackle this critical shortage. More efficient and judicious use of MRIs will likely be needed in the future to ensure sustainability. In addition, finding creative ways to recycle helium have already been suggested and adopted by some institutions.

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