Mae Keane, most likely the last surviving “radium girl,” a victim of occupational radiation poisoning at her workplace with the Waterbury Clock Company, has passed away.

After a few months, she [left the company]. It was the summer of 1924. She was 18. Within two decades she had lost all her teeth.

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