Hi Gray, sadly you would need a medicine degree (5 years plus specialist training). Radiologists are highly trained medics that perform a host of procedures that aren't the traditional x-ray, CT, MRI and ultrasound things you might expect.
Good luck choosing your career, technicians have a pretty good job.
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