Alpharadin OverviewRadium-223 (223Ra, Ra-223) was discovered in 1905 by T. Godlewski, a Polish chemist from Kraków, and is historically known as actinium X, or AcX. It is an isotope of radium with an 11.4-day half-life, in contrast to the more common isotope radium-226, discovered by the Curies, which has a 1600-year half-life. The principal use of radium-223, as a radiopharmaceutical to treat metastatic cancers...
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- Solution: 162mci/6ml (27mci/ml)