Nuclear Security & Deterrence Monitor Vol. 24 No. 02
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January 10, 2020

DOE Delays Ban on Exporting HEU to Make Medical Isotopes Abroad

By Dan Leone
In a New Year’s boon for Belgium’s Institute for Radioelements, the Department of Energy has postponed by two years a ban on exporting U.S.-origin, weapon-usable uranium for the production of medical isotopes, agency head Dan Brouillette told Congress. “[C]urrent…
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