Canadian institute will explore alternatives for isotopes

11/22/2009 | (Canada)

Scientists at the Lawson Health Research Institute in London, Ontario, have received research funding to study alternatives to the nuclear reactor-produced version of the Technetium-99m medical isotope. One funded project, "Cyclotron-based production of Technetium radioisotopes," will study whether cyclotron-produced isotopes can substitute for those made by nuclear reactors.

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