French invite hospitals to request PET (positron emission tomography):
This article was originally published in Clinica
Hospitals that wish to purchase positron emission tomography imaging equipment are being invited by the French Ministry of Health to make applications now. It has expanded the number of units of devices it will authorise to 60. A total of 46 PET scanners have already been authorised, and a further 14 authorisations are invited. The deadline for requests is August 31 2002.
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