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Nagoya – An auto parts maker has used its molding technology to develop a protective guard that drastically reduces doctors’ exposure to radiation during cardiac catheterization surgery.
MS Group Co. in Kiyosu, Aichi Prefecture, produces weatherstripping for automotive door windows and edge seals.
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