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The first stone in the foundation of the Center for Nuclear Medicine was laid in Buryatia

The first stone in the foundation of the Center for Nuclear Medicine was laid in Buryatia
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In Ulan-Ude, the first stone was laid in the foundation of the Center for Nuclear Medicine for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. It is planned to launch the project at the end of 2021.

Capital expenditures in the project will exceed one billion rubles. According to the press service of the government of the republic, the construction will be carried out as part of a public-private partnership: 400 млн rubles will be allocated as part of the “single Far Eastern subsidy”, the remaining money will be provided by the concessionaire - Center for Nuclear Medicine Ulan-Ude LLC.

The Center will conduct studies of positron emission tomography, which will diagnose cancer and cardiological diseases in the early stages. Serving there will be not only local residents, but also coming from neighboring regions, as well as from Mongolia.

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