How Did Marie Curie Die?


Marie Curie died of aplastic anaemia in 1934. The condition was brought on due to her years of exposure to radiation. Marie Sk?odowska-Curie was a Polish physicist and chemist, well-known for her pioneering study on radioactivity.
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Marie Curie's cause of death was aplastic anemia, a disease where bone marrow doesn't produce enough cells to replenish blood cells. In all probability this was caused by exposure
Caused by radiation exposures. Marie Curie is believed to have died...
She had aplastic anemia, which was probably caused by radiation poisoning.
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Marie Curie died of leukemia at the age of 66 on July 4, 1934
A towering figure in the history of chemistry and physics, Marie Curie is most famous for the discovery of the elements polonium and radium. Prohibited from higher education in her native Poland (then controlled by Russia), she moved to Paris in 1891 and... More>> · More images »
Marie Curie died from Leukemia Cancer, on July 4th, 1934, in Sancellemoz, France. She was an early nuclear chemist, born in Poland, in 1867.
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