NHS sheds light on ‘Radium Girls’

Chelsie Penner, left, as Grace Fryer and Rai Angolo, as Arthur Roeder rehearse on Friday afternoon at Newton High School for the production of “Radium Girls,” which is about young women who died after being exposed to radium where they worked. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now

By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now There's quite a dark side to the use of a light-producing chemical element called radium, which was used by...

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