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Positron revenues climb on scanner sales

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PET developer Positron of Houston posted higher revenues for 1994 (end-December) dueto increased service revenues and the sale of two PET cameraslast year. Positron's revenues for the year were $6.1 million,up 157% from $2.4 million in 1993. The

PET developer Positron of Houston posted higher revenues for 1994 (end-December) dueto increased service revenues and the sale of two PET cameraslast year. Positron's revenues for the year were $6.1 million,up 157% from $2.4 million in 1993. The company's net loss was$3.8 million, compared to a $3.3 million net loss in 1993. Positronshipped a scanner to Hadassah Medical School and Hospital in Jerusalemin December (SCAN 2/2/94).

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