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GE’s healthymagination has evolved from an initiative focused on marketing, brand, and thought leadership activities into a significant, internally integrated corporate venture function around health care. But whether nimble, out-of-the-box thinking and a VC-like function can thrive inside a massive organization remains to be seen.

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As befits this struggling economy, each of the Big Three in diagnostic imaging sounded downbeat in their 2008 year-end financial assessments. But more so than the other two, GE Healthcare focuses on the development of new imaging agents, owing to its acquisition of Amersham in late 2003. Ant that integration has been admittedly slow.
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Does Roche Have It Right?

Roche's hostile tender offer for Ventana Medical Systems, and to a lesser extent its recent acquisitions of life science tools companies this year, highlight the firm's belief in diagnostics and its bet that personalized medicine--an area where innovative platforms and molecular test content will play significant if separate roles--will be key to its long-term growth. It could be an expensive and risky strategy that will take years to come to fruition.
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