Cyclotrons that help diagnose and treat cancer ready for use at DTU

November 23, 2023

Health TechCyclotrons that help diagnose and treat cancer ready for use at DTUThe construction of a 100 square meter bunker adding to DTU’s existing underground research facility will boost the production of radioactive substances for cancer treatment as well as advance research in therapeutic radionuclides.

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Cyclotrons that help diagnose and treat cancer ready for use at DTU

The construction of a 100 square meter bunker adding to DTU’s existing underground research facility will boost the production of radioactive substances for cancer treatment as well as advance research in therapeutic radionuclides.

The source of this news is from Technical University of Denmark

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