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Scanis signs CAD deal with TRW

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Scanis of Foster City, CA, and TRW's Healthcare Information Systems unit in San Bernardino, CA, have formalized their relationship in mammography computer-aided diagnosis (SCAN Special Report 12/97). The two companies announced this month that

Scanis of Foster City, CA, and TRW's Healthcare Information Systems unit in San Bernardino, CA, have formalized their relationship in mammography computer-aided diagnosis (SCAN Special Report 12/97). The two companies announced this month that they have signed a three-year contract, worth more than $12 million, in which TRW will provide engineering services such as new product development, testing, and installation for the Mammex CAD system that Scanis is developing. TRW will also provide the training required to use and interpret results provided by Mammex, which highlights suspicious areas on digitized mammograms. The deal covers the U.S. and Europe.

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