Experts highlight need for effectiveness research in nuclear medicine

06/7/2010 | (free registration)

At the opening session of the SNM annual meeting, keynote speaker Larry Kessler, a health expert from the University of Washington School of Public Health in Seattle, said comparative-effectiveness research can provide the rationale behind the need for routine nuclear medicine procedures that can benefit patients. In his opening remarks, SNM President Michael Graham backed this assertion, saying that such research can show the efficacy of nuclear medicine methods.

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