Spanish region gets first access to PET (positron emission tomography):
This article was originally published in Clinica
The health service of the Spanish region of Galicia has today (March 25 2003) agreed to provide access to positron emission tomography (PET) scanning within the region, in a deal with a private hospital. Hospital Modelo, in the city of A Coruna, is the only hospital in the region with these facilities. Until now, health service patients in Galicia have had to travel to the capital, Madrid, to gain access to these services.
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