News | June 04, 2007

IBA Molecular Launches “Get a PET” Web site

June 5, 2007 - IBA Molecular announced the launch of www.getaPETscan.com, a new patient-focused Web Site that aims to educate the general population on PET imaging.
The company says that its goal is to help patients learn about procedures as significant as PET imaging. Additionally, users can locate facilities where they can get a PET scan.

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