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2009-02-08 03:14:49
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Becoming a technician is a shorter career path to get into the field than becoming a radiologist. A technician takes the pictures. A radiologist is a medical Doctor Who specializes in analyzing, or reading, the x-ray image.

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"A+" training is all you need to become a technician "You will need to be a whiz on computers. You also need to be a whiz with tools.

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A lot longer for you than someone who knows how to spell 'technician'. Sorry bud :)

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