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From Terrifying to Terrific: The Creative Journey of the Adventure Series

Being scanned in an MR or CT scanner can be a scary experience, especially for small children. Doug Dietz, the creator of the Adventure Series, explained during the TED California Event [...]

Meet Fumiyo Endo, #GetFit Japan Ambassador

Fumiyo Endo, a mother of 2 boys, was diagnosed with breast cancer 4 years ago. Now, with her cancer in remission, Fumiyo has taken up hot yoga in order to stay [...]

Week 4 Roundup of #GetFit, Sport Without Limits!

There are now 85 teams playing the #GetFit challenge around the world, who participate through social media platforms. This week the #GetFit campaign has had 836 Facebook posts shared through the [...]

Cancer in the Crosshairs: GE Healthcare Technology at New Cancer Treatment Centers of America

Cancer Treatment Centers of America (CTCA), a national network of hospitals focusing on complex and advanced-stage cancer, has opened its new Southeastern Regional Medical Center in the Atlanta, Georgia area. [...]

Meet Choon-Sook Park, #GetFit Korea Ambassador

Choon-Sook Park is an inspiring mother, hiker and breast cancer survivor. She and fellow cancer fighters helped and inspired each other during their own cancer treatments, and she does the same [...]

University of Wisconsin, GE Healthcare to Create Next Frontier in Diagnostic Imaging and Radiology

Imagine a place where doctors can tell patients in advance if cancer treatment will work for them, without going through an entire course of chemotherapy. The University of Wisconsin (UW) School [...]

Meet Maria Clara Londoño, #GetFit Mexico Ambassador

For Maria Clara Londoño, being diagnosed at 32 with breast cancer represented a before and after in her life. Maria Clara, a mother of three boys who were 2, 4 and 6 [...]

Meet Sean Swarner, #GetFit Nepal Ambassador

Sean Swarner is a sportsman, a two-time cancer survivor and the founder of an inspirational non-profit association, CancerClimber, aimed at raising funds for a mobile camp for kids with cancer. At [...]

Breast Cancer Experience Through the Eyes of Six GE Employees

Meet Debra, Nancy, Paige, Mary, Sarah and Denise. These GE employees seem like ordinary people: mothers, sisters and daughters. In fact they are warriors, breast cancer survivors who beat the disease [...]

GE Works: Rooted in Wisconsin

GE Healthcare continues its focus on and investment in Wisconsin by announcing, in conjunction with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, a new academic pipeline of medical imaging engineering talent that will help [...]

GE Healthcare hosts Waukesha County Economic Development Corporation (WCEDC) as part of GE Works

On September 11, about 25 local business men and women from the Milwaukee and Waukesha community gathered in the Waukesha facility to learn about GE Healthcare’s impact in the Wisconsin economy. [...]

GE Healthcare Technology Brings Hope in the Fight Against Bacterial Disease

GE Healthcare’s super-resolution microscope technology is giving Australian researchers new insights into the process of bacterial cell division, which may ultimately help in the quest to find novel antibiotics. Scientists at [...]
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