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GE Launches Women's Health Initiative

GE Medical Systems is launching a national tour designed to educate women about the importance of their own health and wellness. The "GE Women's Health & Wellness Tour" will kick off its cross-country journey September 17 in San Francisco.

"Empowering women with information about medical screening and prevention is the first step to making a more proactive approach to managing their he......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Mike Klein 09/10/03


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