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      Some hospitals upgrade security to protect radiological material

      A new report details the progress of voluntary security upgrades at U.S. hospitals. The concern: more than 1,500 hospitals use radiological material -- material that could be used to make a "dirty bomb."

      Mark Gaffigan, managing director for natural resources and environment issues at the Government Accountability Office, discussed his organization's review with Capital Insider.

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