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Though largely preventable and treatable in developed countries, cervical cancer kills nearly 300,000 women every year in the developing world.

More than 80% of the medical imaging used each year to diagnose diseases like cancer is made possible by the pharmaceutical drugs produced, for the most part, in research reactors.

With one of the fastest growing populations in Africa and a massive increase in tourism, Zanzibar needs more rice. This is how they are getting it, with the help of nuclear techniques and support from the IAEA in partnership with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).

We commemorate with great sadness the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki 75 years ago. The IAEA helps to make it less likely that nuclear weapons will ever be used again by verifying that nuclear materials are not diverted from peaceful purposes.