Tuesday, June 28, 2005
Joy Lewis, left, gets a bone-density scan at the Washington Athletic Club in downtown Seattle as Bobette Jones explains what the test results will mean. Jones, who owns the portable machine with several other investors, had charged about $25 and now charges $45 per scan. She travels the state, offering scans to adults of all ages at health fairs, businesses and government offices. In addition to T-scans she gives exercise and nutrition advice.
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