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Updated: 07/04/2015

Nuclear Medicine Physician:
Diagnoses and treats diseases, using radioactive materials. Nuclear medicine differs from radiography in that it studies the physiologic and metabolic processes of the body. Requires licensure as a Medical Doctor with completion of a residency program in nuclear medicine. Performs... [+] More

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