what about Nuclear Medicine in africa?

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abucola in Sudan

83 months ago

the opportunities for jobs is very rare if it's even there...

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Earl in Marshfield, Wisconsin

76 months ago

We all owe our gratitude to the South African reactor that has been able to send out Molybdenum. Though not a massive amount, at least they are functional.

Who in their right mind would not coordinate the maintenance schedule of the various reactors. Wouldn't it make sense to stagger the outages, so that at least the production shortage of isotopes wouldn't be so severe?

Maybe Obama could look into this while he's investigating the financial world...

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jonwalker in Grove, Oklahoma

76 months ago

Nuke med, the "blacksheep" of radiology, will never get Obama level attention. Few more months guys just work through it.

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Schooling Needed in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

75 months ago

abucola in Sudan said: the opportunities for jobs is very rare if it's even there...

What is your rational?

Your statement even dictates that you don't have any idea, "if it's even there..."

Yes, there is Nuclear Medicine in Africa. As for job market, I don't have any clue, but with most developing countries, yes, I would assume there are areas that need nuclear technologists.

The world congress is being held in Cape Town this year. You may want to look into the job boards there.

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