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Nuclear Medicine Physicians

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The offices and work spaces of nuclear medicine physicians are well equipped, well lighted, and well ventilated. They work with hazardous materials in conducting diagnostic imaging of patients, and therefore follow safety procedures. Nuclear medicine physicians usually work 40 hours per week during business hours. They spend a great deal of time on their feet so a degree of fitness and stamina is required for the job. Physicians who work in academic medicine or in research also have regular hours, work under good physical conditions, and often determine their own workload.

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