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TítuloNora Gurevich, a nuclear medicine technologist, prepares a dose of Molybdenum-99, a lifesaving radioisotope, at Stanford University Medical Center’s Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging center in Stanford, Calif.
Fecha20180112
CiudadSTANFORD
PaísUSA
AgenciaCONTACTO
AutorJASON HENRY
CategoríaNEW
Origen NYTNS
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Copyrights2017 © JASON HENRY / NYTNS / CONTACTO
DescripciónNora Gurevich, a nuclear medicine technologist, prepares a dose of Molybdenum-99, a lifesaving radioisotope, at Stanford University Medical Center’s Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging center in Stanford, Calif., July 31, 2017. Nuclear medicine imaging runs almost entirely on Molybdenum-99, a radioisotope produced by nuclear fission of enriched uranium that decays so rapidly it becomes worthless within days. (Jason Henry/The New York Times)
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CALIFORNIA
CANCER
DIAGNOSTICS
GLOBAL RACE
IMAGING AGENT
LIFESAVING RADIOISOTOPE
MOLY-99
NORTH AMERICA
NUCLEAR MEDICINE
SHORTAGE
USA
WISCONSIN