A new project that could set new standards for PET-CT scans across England is being led by Dr Bal Sanghera (pictured), clinical scientist at Paul Strickland Scanner Centre.

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Pierre du Bois
19 July, 2019

A new project that could set new standards for PET-CT scans across England is being led by Dr Bal Sanghera (pictured), clinical scientist at Paul Strickland Scanner Centre.

This national project, approved by the Chief Scientific Office at NHS England and supported by the National Physics Laboratory, uses a radioactive test phantom (see picture) to test the output of different PET-CT scanners.

Dr Sanghera said: “I’m really excited about the potential of this project.”

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