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goafrit
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re: Philips, NEC to combine imaging systems
goafrit   4/26/2011 5:43:53 PM
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It seems that these Dutch giants are having issues. NXP and now Philips

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elctrnx_lyf   4/26/2011 5:26:56 PM
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Great move by both NEC and Philips. This will in tun help the end customers to avail the best technology for the diagnosis.

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agk   4/26/2011 8:39:04 AM
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Life saving systems available are many. When these two technology leaders join together sure to bring out most advanced systems useful to the society. Speeding the detection and increasing the accuracy of identifying cancer sub-types are very much needed.

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lifewingmate   4/26/2011 5:47:04 AM
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This is amazing advancement in biotechnological research and application. When will it be available for use in the US -- possibly early 2012? What's necessary legally for the this technology to be made available? I just learned late last year about http://www.cprit.state.tx.us/- hoping agencies like these will also join in the collaboration to expedite the availability of the solution globally. The only way though that we can apply automated detection solutions is if at a grassroots level, folks are concerned about their own health, get regular check-ups, and health care professionals recommend these types of diagnostic tools. Otherwise, we won't be catching cancers early which is just step prevention/treatment which is so crucial.



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