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OECD Nuclear Energy Agency highlights challenges facing isotope supply chain

19 november 2019

The structure of the medical radioisotope supply chain is impeding the provision of technetium-99m, a new report by an OECD Nuclear Energy Agency high-level group has found. Supplies of the world's most widely used medical radioisotope remain fragile.

Bron: World Nuclear News
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