£20m to boost UK access to DXA (dual energy X-ray absorptiometer) scanners
This article was originally published in Clinica
Hi-tech scanning to diagnose osteoporosis has received a £20m ($38m) boost in the UK to meet equipment shortfalls. So said the government yesterday of a pledge to spend £3m this year and a further £17m over the next three, primarily to increase access to dual energy X-ray absorptiometer (DXA) scanners, used to measure bone density.
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