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DoD buys more CRs

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In hopes of accelerating battlefield diagnoses in Iraq, the U.S. military this month bought 26 CR systems made by Orex Computerized Radiography. The purchase was made through imaging equipment distributor SourceOne Healthcare Technologies. It follows a

In hopes of accelerating battlefield diagnoses in Iraq, the U.S. military this month bought 26 CR systems made by Orex Computerized Radiography. The purchase was made through imaging equipment distributor SourceOne Healthcare Technologies. It follows a deal earlier this year between the Department of Defense and SourceOne for more than 50 Orex CR systems (SCAN 2/5/03). The most recent purchase is valued at $2.5 million.

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