Canada ignored global efforts to ensure isotope supply: medical journal
Joan Bryden, THE CANADIAN PRESS
Mon Feb 4, 9:29 PM ET
OTTAWA - Canada could have avoided the recent medical isotope crisis if supplier MDS Nordion had joined international efforts to co-ordinate global production, a report in the Canadian Medical Association Journal says.
The article Monday in the journal says MDS Nordion wouldn't co-operate with Europe's two large-scale isotope suppliers - Nuclear Research and Consultancy Group in the Netherlands, and the Institut National des Radioelements in Belgium.
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