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Zevacor Molecular Awards IBA Contract to Build Only Commercial 70 MeV Cyclotron Dedicated to Medical Use in the United States
Date:11/4/2013

h the primary focus is the manufacture of Strontium 82, the Cyclone 70 is capable of producing a wide variety of other radionuclides for both research and clinical applications. 

"We are delighted that Zevacor Molecular selected IBA to install the first commercial 70 MeV Cyclotron dedicated to the production of radiopharmaceuticals in the United States," said Olivier Legrain, Chief Executive Officer, IBA. "We are honored to partner with Zevacor Molecular and participate in their mission to help advance the care of patients through the provision of advanced diagnostic agents."

About Zevacor Molecular
Zevacor Molecular was established in 2012.  Their efforts come at a time when there is little certainty of supply in the market for medical isotopes. The 70 MeV will have the ability to supply patients with medically necessary isotopes used for diagnostic imaging and therapies within oncology, neurology and cardiology. This also opens up several research isotopes currently not widely available in the United States. More information can be found at www.zevacor.com

About IBA
Ion Beam Applications S.A., (IBA) is a cancer diagnostics and treatment equipment company, and the worldwide technology leader in the field of proton therapy, the most advanced form of radiotherapy available today.
The company's primary expertise lies in the development of next generation proton therapy technologies that provide oncology care providers with premium quality services and equipment.  IBA's proton therapy solutions are scalable and adaptable, offering universal full scale proton therapy centers as well as next generation compact, single room solutions.  IBA also focuses on the development and supply of dosimetry solutions for quality assurance of medical equipment and increased patient safety as well as p
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