Gateway Centre of Excellence in Rural Health (CERH) has joined the Southwestern Ontario Isotope Coalition. A goal of this coalition is to develop an approach to leverage a burgeoning medical isotope industry. With research and healthcare at the forefront of this coalition, Gateway CERH hopes to bring a rural approach to both. Gateway CERH President, Gwen Devereaux and other team members, Dan Stringer and Leslie Walker attended the December meeting of the coalition.
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