Tyler Hamilton

Columnist, Toronto Star

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Columnist for the Toronto Star, covering the nuclear-reactor sector

Tyler Hamilton on KCRW

A nuclear reactor in Canada supplies all of the isotope used for diagnosing and treating cancer in the US and the rest of North America.  On November 18, the  National Reserach…

Off-Line Nuclear Reactor Delays Cancer Tests around the World

A nuclear reactor in Canada supplies all of the isotope used for diagnosing and treating cancer in the US and the rest of North America.  On November 18, the National Reserach…

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