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"There are many, many others where we're really excited to be able to take these product areas that have traditionally gone into the research area and start to see how we can apply them in the field of in vitro diagnostics, remembering that we sell a very large amount of in vivo diagnostic-based products (the old Amersham Health contrast reagent systems), [that will be] brought together with the hardware, the PET CT and other modalities that GE brings, Being able to package together in vivo-based solutions with in vitro -based solutions is a major change for the customer [and] a major step forward for healthcare."
``The outlook for the second half is encouraging, with an expected continuation of steady growth in Amersham Health, a stronger performance in protein separations and further benefits coming though from the
The acquisition gives GE a solid diagnostics business via Amersham Health. By doing so, it also adds to the breadth of products and services that GE Medical Systems can offer to the healthcare industry and increases the company's high-margin, recurring-revenue consumables business as 100% of Amersham Health sales are consumables.
In 2001, Amersham Health and GE Medical Systems signed a collaborative research agreement focused on positron emission tomography-based diagnostic imaging technologies and systems.
For Amersham, which sells diagnostics through Amersham Health and instruments through Amersham Bioscience, the company may be working on bringing the two sides of its business closer together.
the contracts, valued at a total of SEK80m, were received by Abbott Scandinavia AB, Allergan Norden AB, Alpharma AB, Astra Tech, Aventis Pharma, Baxter Medical AB, Biochemie/Novartis Sverige AB, Boehringer Ingelheim, Eli Lilly Sweden AB, GEA Farmaceutisk Fabrik AB, Leo Pharma, Nordic Drugs AB, Novartis Sverige AB, Nycomed AB, Amersham Health AB, Octapharma AB, Pharmacia Sverige AB, Ratiopharm AB, Roche AB, Epipharm AB, Tyco Healthcare Norden AB, Wyeth Lederle Nordiska AB, GlaxoSmithKline AB, Amgen, B Braun Medical AB and Fresenius Kabi AB.
He progressed from his first position as a laboratory assistant to eventually become site manager at Amersham's facility in Gloucester, before moving on to roles runningthe UK manufacturing operation of Amersham Health (Amersham's medical diagnostics business) and then the company's European supply chain.
Amersham's other division, Amersham Health, sells products to help trace and diagnose tumours and disease.
And its medical diagnostics and therapy business Nycomed Amersham Imaging will now be know as Amersham Health.