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The Supply of Medical Radioisotopes. Implementation of the HLG-MR Policy Approach. Results from a Self-assessment by the Global 99Mo/99mTc Supply Chain

AuthorOECD, NEA
6-07-4-60-23.pdf
DateMarch 2013
Classification 6.07.4.60/23 (MISCELLANEOUS - NUCLEAR MEDICINE / MEDICAL APPLICATIONS - RADIO-ISOTOPES)
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The Supply of Medical Radioisotopes

Implementation of the HLG-MR Policy Approach: Results from
a Self-assessment by the Global 99Mo/99mTc Supply Chain

NEA/SEN/HLGMR(2013

Table of contents
Executive summary .........7
Chapter 1. Introduction ..........15
Chapter 2. HLG-MR policy approach ......17
Chapter 3. Periodic review of the global 99Mo/99mTc supply chain ...21
Objectives .........21
Methodology ..........22
Reporting of results ..........23
Chapter 4. Questionnaire results ........25
Progress on implementing the HLG-MR policy approach .......27
Chapter 5. Country assessment .......31
Argentina .........31
Australia ...........33
Belgium .........34
Brazil ...........35
Canada ...........35
Czech Republic .........37
European Union ..........38
France .........38
Germany ...........39
Japan ...........39
Netherlands ...........40
Poland .........41
Russian Federation ...........42
South Africa ...........42
United Kingdom ..........44
United States .........44
Chapter 6. Summary of progress towards implementing full-cost recovery and
outage reserve capacity ......45
Chapter 7. Conclusions ..........49
References .........51
NEA/SEN/HLGMR(2013)4
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List of annexes
1. Current irradiators and processors ......52
2. Potential new/replacement, reactor-based irradiation capacity .....53
3. Major current 99Mo producing reactors......54
4. Comments by supply chain participants ........55
5. Self-assessment questionnaire – governments ......57
6. Self-assessment questionnaire – irradiators ........60
7. Self-assessment questionnaire – processors ........61
8. Self-assessment questionnaire – generator manufacturers ...64
List of figures
3.1. Example of progress indicators ......23
6.1. Full-cost recovery implementation, producing reactors ...45
6.2. Outage reserve capacity implementation, producing reactors .....46
6.3. Full-cost recovery implementation, processors ......46
6.4. Outage reserve capacity implementation, processors ....47
6.5. Government support for Mo-99 production, producing reactors ....47
6.6. Government support for 99Mo production at new/replacement reactors and
reactor-based projects .........48
List of tables
E1. Full-cost recovery implementation at producing reactors by normal available
capacity .........9
E2. Full-cost recovery implementation at processors by capacity ....9
E3. Outage reserve capacity implementation at producing reactors by normal
available capacity ...........10
E4. Outage reserve capacity implementation at processors by capacity ....10
E5. Level of government support for 99Mo production at producing reactors .....11
E6. Level of intended government support for 99Mo production at new/replacement
reactors/reactor-based projects ......11
4.1. List of self-assessment questionnaire recipients.......25
4.1. List of self-assessment questionnaire recipients (continued) ...26
4.2. Responses and response rates by supply chain participant group ....27
1A.1. Current irradiators ..........52
1A.2. Current processors .........52