Radium is mined in Czechoslovakia and patients at the Jachymo Institute undergo radiation treatment - no soundtrack for this issue.
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Titles read: "Mining FOR RADIUM".
Brief M/S of French scientist Madame Marie Curie - or possibly her daughter Irene Joliot Curie.
In Czechoslovakia we see several shots at the Jachymo Mines where pitchblende is mined for radium deposits; rocks are transported through tunnels in crates, loaded onto elevators and out into the open air.
C/U of three lumps of pitchblende and a bowl of black gunk. Bowls of white powder in diminishing sizes, presumably illustrating the numerous tests to find a tiny pinpoint of the radioactive element.
At the Jachymo Institute (hospital) we see patients undergoing treatments. A man lying on a bed has some kind of radioactive pads directed on his shoulder; another man takes a radioactive bath; some people sit in a room and inhale a radiation potion emanating from a covered silver cauldron in the centre of a room.