Fujifilm chooses India for first medical screening service
Japanese company aims to open 100 centers in Southeast Asia and other regions
Fujifilm's first medical screening center in India will target medium- to high-income earners. (Photo courtesy Fujifilm)
TOKYO -- Fujifilm will launch a medical screening service in emerging markets, with its first facility slated for a February launch in India, the company said on Monday.
The service will check for signs of cancer and lifestyle diseases using the company's medical equipment and artificial intelligence-based diagnosis technology.
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