A couple of weeks ago, GE Healthcare announced the launch of its Scientific Asset Services offering, a maintenance and asset-tracking program that the firm believes will save pharmaceutical customers time and money in managing their research instruments. The program follows similar offerings from other divisions of General Electric, and is part of GE Healthcare's $4-billion global services business.

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