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Meeting Announcement

The Great Lakes Chapter
of the
Health Physics Society

and the

Michigan Section
of the
American Nuclear Society

Are pleased to announce their joint meeting on the topic:

“Global Shortage of Reactor Produced Mo-99:
  Causes, Implications and Prevention of Future Shortages”

 Featured Distinguished Speakers include:

Conrad Nagle, MD Chief, Nuclear Medicine, Troy, MI
Conrad Nagle, M.D., Corporate Director of Nuclear Medicine, Beaumont Hospitals

“It's Always Something” - The Technetium 99m Shortage: Impact on Patient Care and What is Being Done

Michele Beauvais, Rh.P., Director of Radiopharmacy, Beaumont Hospitals
“How to Optimize Utilization of Mo-99 for Nuclear Medicine Patients” 

Tom Burnett, Global Marketing Director, Radiotherapy & Medical Isotopes, MDS Nordion
Tom Burnett, Global Marketing Director, Radiotherapy & Medical Isotopes, MDS Nordion
“Global Shortage of Mo-99:  Causes and Prevention of Future Shortages”

Darlene Fink-Bennett, M.D., Director of Nuclear Medicine, Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak 
will participate in the panel discussion

To be held:

Tuesday, October 27, 2009
4:30 PM

 at the

National City Building
755 W. Big Beaver Road
Troy, MI  48084
Beaumont entrance (southwest corner), 2nd Floor, Classroom #7

Meeting Flyer


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