GE Aims To Catch Eyes With MR Scanner Devoted To Arms, Legs
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryThe launch of GE Healthcare’s Optima MR430s compact magnetic resonance imaging scanner for arms and legs will include a promotional campaign led by pro golfer Jim Furyk tied to PGA Tour events, the company announced last week.
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