Geneticist Hermann Muller was one of the first skeptics of the Atomic Age.
Technetium, a diagnostic workhorse, provides high definition images with minimal radiation. But it’s supply could dry up tomorrow.
The world’s hospitals rely on technetium-99m for imaging, but the isotope is in short supply.
For one mother, getting her thyroid under control could also mean forgoing a second child.
The radioactive isotope, used in some 20 million medical scans each year, briefly found itself amid controversy.
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