GE Healthcare will invest more than $35.2 million in new diagnostic imaging research at the University of Wisconsin. One of the goals of the initiative is to enable physicians to be able to know if cancer treatment can work for a patient without going through an entire course of chemotherapy.

The vendor will invest up to $32.9 million in support under a 10-year agreement to build a state-of-the-art imaging research facility at the university’s Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research in Madison. The support includes cash funding, diagnostic imaging equipment and research personnel. Partners include the university radiology and medical physics departments.

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