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As the cyclotron begins operation, Mayo Clinic can produce three isotopes ─ F-18, C-11 and N-13 ─ that can be used to make various imaging agents for research.
The cyclotron and radiochemistry lab will begin generating isotopes for patient care in mid-2019.
Isotope facilities include counters and read-out equipment for determination of uptake and excretion of radioactive substances.
The center also will advise on study design and application of stable isotopes, especially based on mass spectrometry.
Sometimes treatment with radioactive isotopes is indicated.
Toskich determined Sharon was a candidate for radio embolization, a minimally invasive treatment, where tiny glass beads filled with a radioactive isotope called yttrium-90, are injected into the blood supply of the tumor.
A radiotracer is a radioactive isotope that is used to detect cancer.
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