Wisconsin companies to become critical piece of medical isotope supply chain in U.S.

Tracy Radel, SHINE’s vice president of engineering, conducts a tour of the company’s medical isotope production facility in Janesville, with Greg Piefer, chief executive officer, at right.
Tracy Radel, SHINE’s vice president of engineering, conducts a tour of the company’s medical isotope production facility in Janesville, with Greg Piefer, chief executive officer, at right.
More than 40,000 medical procedures conducted in the U.S. each day rely on a medical isotope called Molybdenum-99, yet this isotope is largely manufactured outside of the country. And despite producing almost none, the U.S.…

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