UW-Milwaukee chemistry professor, students help fill gaps in state’s biohealth talent pipeline

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In 2012, the federal government launched efforts to establish domestic production of a medical isotope known as Molybdenum-99.  The goal was to increase access to Mo-99’s decay product, technetium-99m, a radioactive nuclear agent used in more than 40,000 medical procedures in the U.S. daily to diagnose heart disease and cancer. The agent is described by

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