GE, Cornell to study lung cancer management

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers

December 8, 2000 --

GE Medical Systems and researchers at Cornell University have announced a three-year initiative to develop new ways to assist doctors with lung cancer management at earlier stages. Waukesha, WI-based GE expects the project to help it develop new applications for its CT scanners.

The GE-Cornell partnership builds on the results of a multiyear collaboration between Cornell’s Weill Medical College and College of Engineering, which produced an advanced method for lung cancer management using CT, according to GE. Dr. Claudia Henschke, division chief of chest imaging at Weill Cornell Medical Center of New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan, will direct clinical work on the project.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
December 8, 2000

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