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Chuck Norris claims his wife was poisoned during MRI scans, sues for $10 million

18:14 EST 8 Nov 2017 | Topix

Actor and martial artist Chuck Norris is suing several health-care companies, claiming his wife was poisoned by a chemical used during magnetic resonance imaging scans. In a lawsuit filed last week in San Francisco Superior Court, Chuck and Gena Norris argued that gadolinium, a metal used as a contrast agent in MRI scans, caused Gena to sustain gadolinium deposition disease, experiencing "multiple, debilitating bouts of pain and burning throughout her body" and suffering long-term damage.

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