Awards & Honours: TRIUMF Scientist Muses on Medical Isotopes in Nature Magazine Essay
Physicians and patients around the world are increasingly anxious about the shortage of nuclear isotopes used for medical imaging in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, brain disease and cardiac problems. The Union of Concerned Scientists issued a call to improve supplies earlier this month.
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