GE Healthcare Announces $300M Investment in Low Radiation Dose Technology
This latest investment brings GE's total investment to $800 million since 2000. One area the company has been researching is image reconstruction technologies. These technologies filter out noise and fuzziness from data gathered at low radiation levels.
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