October 9, 2007
UVa's nuclear cardiology program is celebrating its 30th anniversary.
The lab, known for its cutting edge research, has helped nearly 75,000 patients. The lab was one of the first of its kind in the country. It is now recognized as one of the premier nuclear cardiology labs in the world.
"We're very proud of these thirty years of experience and we feel that we've helped many many patients" said Dr. George Beller, co-founder of the program.
In 2006 the lab moved in to its new home as part of UVa's heart and vascular center.
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