CPDC Joins National Project to Develop Alternative Sources of Medical Isotopes

CPDC Joins National Project to Develop Alternative Sources of Medical Isotopes

Non-reactor-based production of medical isotopes could provide Canadians with back-up or supplementary supplies and ease disruptions to patient scans.

Hamilton, ON (January 24, 2011) – The Centre for Probe Development and Commercialization (CPDC) joined the Government of Canada today to announce a national project to develop alternative sources of medical isotopes that could help to secure a reliable, long-term supply for Canadians.