SPOTLIGHT: Reactor shutdown could limit imaging tests

In a move that could have serious implications for cancer patients, Canadian officials have again shut down a nuclear reactor that produces much of the world's radioactive isotopes used for medical imaging. The closure could force patients waiting for tests to diagnose cancer and heart ailments to wait longer, possibly endangering their health. Article

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