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MOSCOW, March 24. /ITAR-TASS/. Rosatom State Corporation’s Isotope has decided to supply medical isotopes to Crimea’s oncology centres.
An agreement to this effect has been reached with Crimea’s oncology centre in Simferopol.
“At present, documents are being coordinated. Route and supply scheme are being discussed,” the Rosatom press service said.
“It is important to understand that medical isotopes are indispensable for oncology patients. Timely and uninterrupted supplies are one of the priority tasks for us,” the press service said.
Isotope Joint-Stock Company is the sole supplier of isotope products manufactured by the enterprises of Rosatom State Corporation. The company offers stable and radioactive isotopes, sealed sources, generators and specialised equipment for dealing with radioactive materials.