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Rosatom has begun construction of a new plant for the production of medical isotope products at the Karpov Scientific Research Institute of Physics & Chemistry in Obninsk, Kaluga region. The plant will produce a wide range of radiopharmaceuticals including those based on iodine-131, samarium-153, and molybdenum-99 isotopes. It will also develop promising active radiopharmaceuticals based on lutetium-177, actinium-225, radium-223 and other isotopes. Once completed, in 2025, it will be the largest such facility in Europe, Rosatom says. It will operate in accordance with international GMP (good manufacturing practice) standards.

Date: Friday, 27 January 2023
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The aim is to have production lines operating at the plant in Obninsk by 2025, supplying products for the diagnosis and treatment of patients, including a wide range of cancers. Rosatom says it will ensure Russia's sovereignty in the production of radiopharmaceuticals.

Date: Wednesday, 25 January 2023
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Rosatom has launched a trial operation of the first industrial facilities at the Centre for Nuclear Research and Technology (CNRT) under construction in El Alto, Bolivia, the world’s highest altitude nuclear centre situated 4,000 metres above sea level. A ceremony was held to marking trial operation the first industrial facilities of the CNRT - the preclinical cyclotron-radiopharmacological complex (PCRC) and the multipurpose irradiation centre (MCC). The event was attended by CEO of the Bolivian Atomic Energy Agency Ortesia Jimenez and President of JSC Rusatom Overseas Evgeny Pakermanov.

Date: Saturday, 13 August 2022
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Bruce Power and Kinectrics-Framatome joint venture Isogen are examining the feasibility of producing the medical radioisotope yttrium-90 using the innovative Isotope Production System (IPS) installed in unit 7 at Bruce Power's nuclear power plant in Ontario.

Date: Wednesday, 29 June 2022
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Lutetium-177 (Lu-177) has been produced using a new isotope production system (IPS) that was installed in unit 7 of the Bruce plant in Ontario, Canada, during a recent planned maintenance outage. It marks the first time the short-lived medical isotope has been produced in a commercial nuclear power reactor.

Date: Thursday, 23 June 2022
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Australia’s Radiopharm Theranostics and US-based TerraPower have announced an agreement to advance the next generation of radiopharmaceutical therapies for cancer treatment.

Date: Thursday, 10 February 2022
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The world’s highest altitude Centre for Nuclear Technology Research and Development (CNTRD) under construction by Rosatom in El Alto, Bolivia, has completed testing of its radiopharmaceuticals production line.

Date: Wednesday, 05 January 2022
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The facility will include a will include a water-cooled research reactor, an experimental gamma-installation, a cyclotron and radiopharmacology complex, engineering facilities and various laboratories. Russia’s state nuclear corporation Rosatom said it has successfully tested facilities for the production of radiopharmaceuticals at a $300m nuclear research complex in Bolivia.

According to Rosatom, radiopharmaceuticals produced at the site will be used in more than 5,000 medical procedures a year in Bolivia. Radiopharmaceuticals, or medicinal radiocompounds, are a group of pharmaceutical drugs containing radioactive isotopes. They can be used as diagnostic and therapeutic agents.

Rosatom said commissioning work is continuing at the facility, which will include a water-cooled research reactor with nominal power of up to 200 kW, an experimental gamma-installation, a cyclotron and radiopharmacology complex, engineering facilities and various laboratories.

Date: Thursday, 30 December 2021
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ARTMS, a Canadian producer of medical isotopes has registered the cyclotron production of gallium-68 with the government of Canada, filing a Type 1 Master File with the Health Products & Food Branch of Health Canada.

Date: Thursday, 28 October 2021
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The nuclear medicine sector is a small part of the wider nuclear industry, but it provides some of the most pioneering technologies in healthcare - and is close to making personalised medicine a reality. Antonis Kalemis, president of Nuclear Medicine Europe and business manager for molecular imaging at Siemens Healthineers, describes how nuclear medicine also tackles the most trenchant condition in modern healthcare: cancer.

Date: Thursday, 29 July 2021
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