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Perlin Named President of The Joint Commission

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GE Healthcare Introduces New CT System

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United Imaging uCT ATLAS Earns FDA Clearance

United Imaging has announced FDA clearance for the uCT ATLAS, the latest in the company’s computed tomography (CT) portfolio of scanners and the 25th FDA clearance for the company overall.

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Cardinal HealthChange has been the one constant in nuclear medicine from the beginning, with the steady arrival of new radiopharmaceuticals, new technologies and an evolving regulatory environment.

Today, as nuclear medicine expands rapidly beyond diagnostics and into novel therapies personalized for individual patients, there is greater complexity and an even faster rate of change.

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