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Siemens acquires CAD company

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In a move aimed at improving its competitive position in computer-aided detection and enhancing its oncology product portfolio, Siemens Medical Solutions has acquired CADVision Medical Technologies. The 10-year-old R&D company, based in Jerusalem,

In a move aimed at improving its competitive position in computer-aided detection and enhancing its oncology product portfolio, Siemens Medical Solutions has acquired CADVision Medical Technologies. The 10-year-old R&D company, based in Jerusalem, Israel, has developed algorithms that detect and classify breast lesions. Siemens may leverage the technology, which is now undergoing clinical validation, across several applications and multiple modalities.

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