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BNMS History
History of BNMS

History of the British Nuclear Medicine Society

Radioisotope studies in the UK have a long history. One of the first radiotracer experiments in the United Kingdom (UK) took place in 1911. George de Hevesy (Gyorgy Hevesy) had left Berlin to study under Rutherford in Manchester, England.

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A President's Story

Career lifetime advances in nuclear medicine.

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40th Anniversary BNMS Poster

Professor Ralph McCready created a poster to celebrate the 40th Annual Meeting of the British Nuclear Medicine Society, depicting the history of the Society from it's humble origins in a London pub in 1966 to Harrogate 2012.

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Past Presidents of the BNMS

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