About 20 minutes into his 30-minute presentation at the UBS Global Healthcare Conference in New York City last week, William Clarke, chief technology and medical officer for GE Healthcare, presented a slide containing an image of a processed microarray chip.

“The reason GE Healthcare was created is summarized in this slide,” said Clarke, who until April was executive vice president for research and development for Amersham Health.

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