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Advanced NMR and MDI wrap up merger

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MRI developer Advanced NMR and imaging services firm Medical Diagnosticscompleted their merger late last month after shareholders fromboth companies approved the deal (SCAN 5/10/95). MDI, of Burlington,MA, will become a subsidiary of Advanced NMR, which

MRI developer Advanced NMR and imaging services firm Medical Diagnosticscompleted their merger late last month after shareholders fromboth companies approved the deal (SCAN 5/10/95). MDI, of Burlington,MA, will become a subsidiary of Advanced NMR, which is based inWilmington, MA. John Lynch will continue as president and CEOof MDI and has been named senior vice president of Advanced NMR.Lynch and two other former MDI directors have been added to AdvancedNMR's board.

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