Mobile PET (positron emission tomography) Systems lists on Berlin stock exchange:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Mobile PET Systems, which offers positron emission tomography (PET) technology to hospitals and physicians, is to list its shares on the Berlin stock exchange. The San Diego-based company provides a vehicle integrating PET imaging equipment and a technician to provide diagnostic PET services on a negotiated contractual basis. The company says its services allow patients to be treated at their local hospital rather than having to travel long distances.
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