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Want Fries With That? A Brief History Of Medical MRI, Starting With A McDonald's

04:00 EDT 16 Apr 2018 | Forbes

The fast-food joint was converted into an outpatient MRI center before the technology was FDA-approved. In its story, find the history of a $50 billion industry.

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