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MomSezNo Said,
January 3rd, 2011 @11:10 am  

I don’t think a nuclear medicine technologist [or any technologist for that matter] would be working to find a cure for diseases. For that you would need a PhD or an MD.

And, yes, college is for people who have already graduated from high school. You may or may not want a four-year college, however, as many medical technology jobs require less than a four-year degree. You may find such a program at a community college or a vocational/technology school, etc. And if there is no program near you, you may need to go away to go to school.

Try doing a search for “nuclear medicine technologist training” or something like that.

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Dave Said,
January 3rd, 2011 @12:02 pm  

You can easily compare info about these schools in this site – careers.scienceontheweb.net

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