Canada reactor woes delay medical tests
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, December 7, 2007
Cancer patients in the United States, Canada and other countries have had medical tests postponed because of a problem with a Canadian nuclear reactor that produces medical isotopes used to diagnose and treat such cases. More than 20 million patients in Canada and the United States undergo nuclear medicine procedures every year.
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