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Yangon Radiologists, Medical Physicists Juggle to Provide Cancer Patients with Quality Care
29 November 2016 | Mya Mya Kyi is in a hurry, trying to cut through a throng of patients waiting for their turn on the hallways of the Radiotherapy Department at Yangon General Hospital. Read more»
Dosimetry - The Role of Dosimetry in Protecting Workers Exposed to Ionizing Radiation
22 November 2016 | In order to ensure the health and safety of workers exposed to ionizing radiation, frequent intercomparison exercises take place in Member States.
The results of such an exercise, conducted under a regional technical cooperation project, were recently discussed in Ghana. View photo essay»
Representatives From Nine CARICOM States Tour the IAEA Incident and Emergency Centre
22 November 2016 | Sixteen delegates representing nine states from the Caribbean Community have visited the IAEA Incident and Emergency Centre. Ms Elena Buglova, Head of Centre, led the delegates in a tour of the operational centre. Read more»
IAEA to Help Small Island Developing States Meet Development Challenges
18 November 2016 | They’re small, they’re isolated and they share common challenges. They’re often referred to as Small Island Developing States, or SIDS. Representatives from this group of countries gathered last week in Vienna to discuss ways in which the IAEA could help them tackle some of these pressing issues using nuclear technology. Read more»
Targeted learning: Targeted Radionuclide Therapy
18 November 2016 | Twenty-five nuclear medicine physicians and physicists from Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe and Latin America and the Caribbean have recently attended a six day course on targeted radionuclide therapies with the support of the IAEA’s technical cooperation programme. Read more»
IAEA Director General Outlines 2017 Technical Cooperation Programme at Board of Governors Meeting
17 November 2016 | IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano highlighted the main areas of the Agency's Technical Cooperation programme in 2017 in his statement to the Board of Governors on Thursday. Read more»
Working Towards Food Safety and Animal Health in Morocco
16 November 2016 | An IAEA technical cooperation project supported by the Joint FAO/IAEA Division of Nuclear Techniques in Food and Agriculture, has greatly enhanced the capacities of Morocco’s national veterinary laboratories to detect veterinary drug residues and animal diseases. Read more»
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