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Sudbury $90,000 closer to having a PET scanner

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Dec 20, 2013 - 12:07 PM |
Members of the Sam Bruno PET Steering Committee presented a $60,000 cheque to the Northern Cancer Foundation to help pay for a PET scanner in Sudbury. Supplied photo.

Members of the Sam Bruno PET Steering Committee presented a $60,000 cheque to the Northern Cancer Foundation to help pay for a PET scanner in Sudbury. Supplied photo.

Sam Bruno PET Steering Committee has raised $460,000 to date

The Northern Cancer Foundation is now $90,000 closer to having its own PET scanner.

Thanks to a donation from the Sam Bruno PET Steering Committee, and its best fundraising year yet, a PET scanner for Sudbury is closer to reality.

Over the past four years, the committee has collected $460,000 toward that goal.

The steering committee's goal next year is to reach the $500,000 mark.

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