Supercomputer for dodgy tickers

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Supercomputer for dodgy tickers

Doctors here in Beantown may soon turn to one of the world’s fastest supercomputers as an aid to fixing bum tickers and removing formerly inoperable tumors.

A new IBM BlueGene supercomputer, recently installed at Boston University, could give surgeons real-time, 3-D visualizations of patients’ internal organs as they implant lifesaving devices or direct robotic instruments through tricky procedures, scientists said.

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