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GE Healthcare Embraces Solutions Role In Growing Regen Med Sector

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GE Healthcare’s Life Sciences business continues to build its asset base in the cell and gene therapy sector, and after several strategic M&A deals in recent months is facing 2017 in a confident mood, according to Phil Vanek, cell therapy growth leader.

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