The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current, March 22, 1974, Page page 5, Image 5

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When a thofit x-ray shows that you have a potential
killer like TB or cancer, it's not a pretty picture. But it's an
t important picture becaiwe it can help the doctor detect and
catch the killer in lime.
When doctors are out to catch these potential killers,
they want the sharpest, clearest x-ray films they can get. And
that's why people at Kod.ik spend mi many hours creating
new and better x-ray fiim equipment. Already, the results in-
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elude convenience for the patient, economy for the hospital,
an even more useful tool for the radiologist- and, most impor
tant, reduced radiation exposure.
Researching and creating fx tier x-ray films is good
for our business, which is why we went into ihem in the first
place. But it does cwr'-'BocittyrxKl, loo -which isn't a bad
feeling. After all, our business depends on our society so we
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