Dedicated to nuclear medicine
Trusted to make a difference for patients
We develop, manufacture and distribute radiopharmaceutical products that meet industry-standards in quality, efficacy and innovation.
Drawing on over 100 years’ combined experience, Curium specialises in the production and supply of radioactive tracers used in nuclear medicine. By potentially enabling accurate early diagnosis and treatment of cancer, as well as heart, brain and bone diseases, our world-class products empower our customers with effective treatment, and proven patient outcomes.
A winning formula
Sustainable partnerships that foster success
We believe in building long-term partnerships that drive sustainable growth for our customers.
How do we do this?
- By providing exceptional service reliability
- By maintaining strict quality standards
- By constantly expanding our diverse product portfolio
- By putting the lives of patients at the forefront of all we do
Advanced solutions that create better futures
By continually improving our business, we help our partners do the same. In turn, we improve the lives and health outcomes of our patients, ensuring a brighter future for all.
With this in mind, we are deeply committed to finding new and better ways of developing and supplying quality products.
We are wholly dedicated to the nuclear medicine industry, working closely with our customers and suppliers to stay ahead of trends and deliver effective radiopharmaceutical solutions.
Above all, we take an honest and transparent approach to the way we conduct business, giving our clients peace of mind and a service they can depend on.
What is nuclear medicine?
Nuclear medicine is a branch of medicine that uses small amounts of radioactive isotopes to help diagnose, determine the severity of, or treat a variety of diseases, including certain types of cancers, heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine, neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the body. Because diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures are able to help visualize molecular activity within the body, they offer the potential to identify disease in its earliest stage, often before symptoms occur or before abnormalities can be detected with other diagnostic tests, and can even help identify a patient’s response to therapeutic interventions. Larger amounts of radioactive isotopes can also be used for therapy for certain types of diseases.
Nuclear Medicine diagnostic scans offer unique information, including details on both the function and anatomic structure of the body and have high sensitivity & specificity for cardiology and oncology.
Diagnostic nuclear medicine procedures are noninvasive medical tests that have been used for over 50 years. Depending on the type of nuclear medicine exam, the radiotracer is injected, inhaled, or swallowed and accumulates in the organ or area of the body being examined. The isotope then emits radiation from the targeted organ or cell receptor to an external detector, often called a nuclear medicine camera.