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Varian government affairs

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

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Andrew Whitman leaves his position as vice president of the Medical Imaging & Technology Alliance to head up member company Varian Medical Systems' newly created Washington, D.C.-based government affairs office July 31. MITA has begun a search process for a replacement, while Maureen Zilly continues as the imaging manufacturer lobbying group's director of government relations. Before joining MITA in 2006, Whitman was with the health care practice of Washington, D.C., lobbying firm the Carmen Group. Varian, which makes radiotherapy and radiosurgery systems for cancer, reported third-quarter sales July 23 of $513 million, up 21% from the prior-year period
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