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Latest communicaton from the OECD on medical radioisotope supply
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Latest updates from the AIPES ERT group on the continuing supply problems

6 January 2020 Please find a link to a recent communication from the EU Observatory here

23 September 2019 Please find a link to a new communication from the NMEu group about the anticipated supply situation as of September 13, 2019 here

12 August 2019 Further to the discussions at the NEA Ad-hoc Lite meeting and the subsequent NMEu Security of Supply meeting both held in Paris, NMEu have held further discussions and have prepared the following assessment here

22 July 2019 Communication from the NMEu Emergency Response Team (ERT) to the european observatory for the supply of radioisotopes for medical use here

2 July 2019 update from NME here

28 May 2019 update from NME (formerly AIPES) here

22 May 2019 update from AIPES here

Please note that there has not been a problem with either the OPAL Reactor or Processing facility and that international shipments of bulk 99Mo have continued as scheduled. Please consult the ANSTO website for correct information.

We will continue to monitor the supply situation closely, if you are regularly experiencing shortages at the moment, please let us know the details.


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