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US Radiopharmaceuticals (USR) Awards Contract to Von Gahlen International for New Technetium-99m Generator Production Line Using Low Enriched Uranium Molybdenum-99
Date:3/28/2013

tible with current usage practices in the United States. “It is a major milestone for ANSTO to be able to deliver our domestic technology into the U.S. market. ANSTO has always been an LEU Mo-99 producer and is currently expanding its local production capacity. We have many years of demonstrated robust and reliable LEU Mo-99 production so ANSTO was an obvious partner for USR’s business plans”, said ANSTO CEO, Dr. Adi Paterson.

“This supply chain will maintain operating efficiencies for the pharmacy and medical service providers, as they will be assured of a stable supply and competitive pricing. The USR - ANSTO 18Ci LEU generators will be unaffected by costs incurred by current reactor operators upgrading their reactors from HEU to LEU production, the loss of current subsidies to their suppliers, and proposed federal tariffs for HEU products imported after 2016”, said USR CEO, Paul Crowe.

About US Radiopharmaceuticals

USR, located in Denton, Texas, is an emerging manufacturer and distributor of licensed radioisotopes and radiopharmaceuticals for the domestic and international nuclear medicine and molecular imaging communities. The company’s cGMP 85,000 Sq. ft. facility and high-energy accelerators offer manufacturing of traditional SPECT/PET radiopharmaceuticals and contract R&D manufacturing capabilities.

About ANSTO

ANSTO is Australia’s national nuclear research organisation and the center of Australian nuclear expertise. ANSTO operates nuclear science and technology based facilities, including Australia’s nuclear research reactor, OPAL. On average, each week ANSTO delivers 10,000 patient doses of potentially lifesaving nuclear medicines to over 250 partner hospitals and medical practices across Australia, New Zealand, and South East Asia.

About Von Gahlen

Von Gahlen is a modern state-of-the-art manufacturer of lead shielding products. Since its founding in 1973, Von Gahlen has become the industry leader
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